Praluent Injunction Goes Unmentioned At PCSK9 Patent Case Appeal
Three-judge US federal appellate panel focuses on evidentiary rulings and patent validity in the dispute between Repatha marketer Amgen and Sanofi/Regeneron; lower court’s permanent injunction barring sales of Praluent did not come up at oral arguments.
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