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US Court Offers Second Chance On GSK-Teva ‘Skinny Label’ Ruling

Controversial Appeals Court Decision On Carve-Outs To Be Re-Examined

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A controversial ruling that threatens so-called “skinny label” carve-outs of patented indications by US generics will be re-examined by the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, following a petition by Teva.

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