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K-Dur Case: Reverse Payments Not “Established” Antitrust Violations – Judge

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Reverse payments from brand to generic companies in patent settlements are not "established" antitrust violations, an administrative law judge said in dismissing the Federal Trade Commission's antitrust case against Schering-Plough regarding K-Dur

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