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  • September 22, 2017

    Amgen Gets $70M In Biosimilar Patent Suit Against Hospira

    A Delaware federal jury awarded Amgen Inc. $70 million in damages late Friday after finding that Hospira Inc. infringed a patent for the anemia treatment Epogen, rejecting Hospira's argument that it was protected by a safe harbor meant for companies seeking federal approval for biosimilar products.

  • September 22, 2017

    NJ Mayor Cops To Conspiracy Over Use Of City Workers

    Paterson, New Jersey, Mayor Jose “Joey” Torres pled guilty in a state corruption case accusing him of having city employees work on private property owned by his relatives on the city’s dime, in a move that will force him out of public office in the Garden State.

  • September 22, 2017

    Syngenta Looks To Speed Appeal Of $218M GMO Corn Verdict

    Syngenta urged a Kansas federal judge Thursday to certify as a final judgment the $218 million jury verdict won by a class of Kansas farmers in multidistrict litigation over the agricultural company’s promotion of genetically modified corn, arguing it’s necessary to prevent needless delay of its appeal.

  • September 22, 2017

    Jury Awards Matrix $100M In Eagle Ford Accounting Row

    Matrix Petroleum LLC was awarded nearly $100 million after a rural south Texas jury found on Tuesday that Talisman Energy USA Inc., now known as Repsol Oil & Gas USA LLC, had committed fraud in its accounting practices related to Eagle Ford Shale wells and breached a joint operating agreement.

  • September 22, 2017

    Merck's Idenix Denied Enhanced Damages On $2.5B Verdict

    A Delaware federal judge denied enhanced damages Friday to Merck & Co. unit Idenix after its $2.5 billion win over Gilead Sciences Inc. in a jury trial claiming infringement of a patent behind two blockbuster hepatitis C medicines, saying both the judge’s own pretrial decisions and the jury’s findings were “close.”

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