Teva Coreg Damages Reinstated As AAM Bemoans ‘Antithetical’ Ruling
Israeli Firm Is On Hook Again For $235m Payment
Teva has once again been instructed to compensate GSK with $235m in damages after a split US Court of Appeals reversed a lower court finding that Teva had not willfully induced infringement of a method-of-use patent shielding the originator’s Coreg antihypertensive.
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GSK has lodged its opposition to Teva’s bid to resurrect long-running US litigation over “skinny-label” indication carve-outs at the Supreme Court level, claiming that Teva’s warnings of a “doomsday scenario” for generics are overstated.
Teva has made good on its stated intention to bring its long-running US legal battle with GSK over “skinny-label” generics to the Supreme Court. In a detailed certiorari petition, the firm sets out its arguments for why the matter warrants review.