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Pay-For-Delay Antitrust Suits May Settle More Often After Jury Verdict For AstraZeneca

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Executive Summary

Jury finds AstraZeneca’s Nexium patent infringement settlement with Ranbaxy was not antitrust violation; direct purchasers and third party payers claimed agreement was worth nearly $1 billion.

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