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‘Pay-For-Delay’ Deals Likely Put On Hold Themselves After Cipro Ruling

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California Supreme Court finds patents are ‘probablistic rather than ironclad,’ and outlines four-prong antitrust test that further complicates brand/generic deal making.

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