Timeline Set For Latest AAM California Challenge
AAM Renews Attack On Legislation Labelling ‘Pay For Delay’ Deals Anticompetitive
A court timeline has been set out for the latest attack by the AAM on Californian legislation that deems “pay-for-delay” litigation settlement deals anticompetitive.
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AAM Succeeds As California Court Temporarily Blocks Pay-For-Delay Law
A judge in California has agreed to instate a temporary injunction against a state law designed to curb so-called ‘pay-for-delay’ deals, handing victory to generics and biosimilars industry association the AAM.
Who’s Hired? Stada Makes Moves In Germany And Poland
Stada has appointed general managers for its businesses in Germany and Poland. Meanwhile, US and UK industry associations the AAM and BGMA have announced appointments, Glenmark has added an ex-Teva executive to its board of directors and the MHRA has named a new chair.
AAM Fails In Bid To Block California Pay-For-Delay Law
As the AAM failed to demonstrate a “concrete or imminent” injury to its member companies, a US appeals court has rejected the agency’s challenge to the Californian law banning “pay-for-delay” deals.