Eagle Vindicated On Vasopressin With US Federal Circuit Decision
US Appeals Court Affirms Favorable Finding Of Non-Infringement
Endo’s woes show no sign of abating, with the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit shooting down its appeal against a finding of non-infringement for two key patents shielding its Vasostrict injectable.
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A group of Endo debtholders are looking to buy the firm out of bankruptcy, with an initial $6bn bid for the stricken firm that envisions setting aside more than half-a-billion dollars for opioid-related claims. Meanwhile, Endo has reached an agreement-in-principle to resolve opioid-related claims.
Amphastar, Amneal and Aurobindo are among ANDA sponsors confirming USFDA approval for generic versions of Endo’s Vasostrict (vasopressin) 20 units/ml single-dose vial – as first mover Eagle Pharmaceuticals remains locked in patent-litigation proceedings with the originator.
With Eagle set to launch its long-awaited vasopressin ANDA product on 17 January, the US firm’s management told investors it was unsure what its launch meant for the 505(b)(2) rival product in the hands of American Regent.