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Recent Developments in Pharmaceutical Patent Antitrust Law

Recorded on: Oct. 30, 2018
Running Time: 00:59:27

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Taken from the Web Program Developments in Pharmaceutical and Biotech Patent Law 2018 Recorded October, 2018 in New York [00:59:26]
  • The continuing evolution of Actavis in the lower courts, including recent 3rd Circuit decisions in Lipitor and Wellbutrin
  • Recent developments at FTC and DOJ, including authorized generics and a new focus on misuse of process within the PTO or FDA
  • Implications for settling Hatch-Waxman litigation

Stephen J. Elliott

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  • Antitrust Issues in Hatch-Waxman Patent Litigation
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      Stephen J. Elliott ~ Sullivan & Cromwell LLP
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