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Biosimilar Suits: Another Court To Rule On Declaratory Judgement Timing

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Infringement suits have become routine, but Amgen’s, Celltrion’s and Teva’s suits against Genentech’s patents illustrate new trend by biosimilar sponsors to seek declaratory judgements of noninfringement.

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