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GATT patent extension upheld in Capoten ruling; Glaxo's Zantac is beneficiary.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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GATT DRUG PATENT EXTENSIONS UPHELD IN FEDERAL APPEALS COURT RULING that supported Bristol-Myers Squibb's patent infringement claim against Royce Labs. The Washington, D.C. federal appeals court decided Nov. 1 that Royce, despite making a "substantial investment" in developing generic captopril, could not market its product before the new patent expiration date granted to Bristol's prescription cardiovascular drug Capoten under the Uruguay Round Agreements Act.
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