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Pay-For-Delay Deals May Be Smaller After Supreme Court Okays FTC Suits

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Justices rule FTC can make its case in court that Solvay’s reverse payment settlement with Actavis and two other generic companies was anticompetitive; GPhA says opinion could decrease the number of patent challenges by generic manufacturers, but Actavis pledges to continue defending these deals.

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