Amgen Aims To Stay Regeneron Antitrust Suit Based On Possible Supreme Court Action
Amgen says contracts it submitted to district court show Otezla rebates were not conditioned on customers covering its cholesterol-lowering drug Repatha instead of Regeneron’s Praluent. It requests stay of the litigation until Supreme Court acts on Amgen’s cert petition on the patent case between the two competitors.
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