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Aggrenox Doesn't Apply In Provigil Pay-For-Delay Suit: Teva

Law360, New York (April 2, 2015, 7:07 PM EDT) -- Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. on Thursday urged a Pennsylvania federal judge in a pay-for-delay suit over subsidiary Cephalon Inc.’s Provigil narcolepsy drug to ignore the plaintiffs' assertion that a decision in Aggrenox antitrust litigation means that the court should deny its motion to dismiss, saying they misread the opinion.

The pharmaceutical giant said in a letter that the argument made by direct purchaser plaintiffs —  such as King Drug Co. of Florence Inc. — that the Aggrenox opinion shows that resolution of uncertainty caused by patent...
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