AbbVie Must Detail Efforts To Kneecap Humira Biosimilars
Law360 (February 8, 2019, 10:52 PM EST) -- AbbVie Inc. has thrown "wrenches into the gears" of high-stakes patent litigation over its hugely popular immunosuppressant Humira, a Delaware magistrate judge said Friday, ordering the drugmaker to swiftly detail any efforts to cripple biosimilar competition.
In a blistering opinion, U.S. Magistrate Judge Richard A. Lloret found that AbbVie hasn't come close to complying with a discovery order issued eight months ago in patent litigation with Boehringer Ingelheim over Humira, which earned $20 billion last year and is the world's best-selling drug.
Although AbbVie coughed up some documents, Boehringer identified 14 categories where compliance was lacking, and Judge Lloret on Friday...
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