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Hatch-Waxman Safe Harbor Ruling Wrong In GSK Case, Solicitor General Says, But Should Not Be Reviewed

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Supreme Court should not take up GlaxoSmithKline v. Classen given the Federal Circuit’s subsequent decision in Momenta v. Amphastar, the Solicitor General argues; Momenta plans to seek review of its case.

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