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AAM Warns Of Dangerous Precedent In Vascepa 'Skinny Label' Case

Files Amicus Brief In Support Of Hikma Over Amarin Induced Infringement Claims

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By allowing Amarin’s allegation of induced infringement against Hikma over its generic version of Vascepa to proceed, a US court is jeopardizing the ‘skinny label’ system that allows generics to carve out patented indications from their labels under the Hatch-Waxman framework, according to the AAM.

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