Impax Heads To Rare Trial In Pay-For-Delay Case

By Matthew Perlman (March 9, 2018, 10:04 PM EST) -- Impax Laboratories Inc. is set to face a Massachusetts jury Monday over allegations it received illegal reverse payments from Medicis Pharmaceutical Corp. to delay a generic form of acne medication Solodyn, one of just a handful of pay-for-delay cases to approach a verdict since the Supreme Court's landmark Actavis ruling in 2013.

Here, Law360 breaks down what's at stake in the case and why attorneys are watching.

Why Few Pay-For-Delay Cases Make It to Trial

Pay-for-delay litigation has largely hinged on the high court's decision in Federal Trade Commission v. Actavis since the ruling was handed down in 2013. In that...

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