Teva Appeals In Delhi High Court To Block Natco’s Export Of Glatiramer
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Teva’s petition to stop Natco from exporting glatiramer was dismissed by the Delhi High in February. The company has now appealed to a double bench in its continued efforts to prove that Natco’s move to export the compound infringes its international patents.
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