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Delisting Of Jazz’s Xyrem Patent In Orange Book Could Spur More Infringement Counterclaims

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Jazz’s REMS patent on distribution of Xyrem does not belong in the Orange Book because it is directed to systems rather than a method of using the drug, court rules, agreeing with FTC’s analysis.

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