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‘Skinny Label’ Case Gives Brands A ‘Blueprint’ To Alter Use Codes In Patent Litigation

Implications Of GSK v. Teva 'Scarier For Biosimilars'

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Federal Circuit ruling in GSK v. Teva shows brands can broaden a use code to include other patented indications years into litigation, AAM attorney says. The case is ‘scarier’ for biosimilar makers since they must market their products, Teva lawyer notes.

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