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Janssen Takes Another 'Patent Dance' Step In Remicade Case

Law360, Boston (June 1, 2017, 4:15 PM EDT) -- Janssen Biotech Inc. on Wednesday filed a new lawsuit in Massachusetts federal court over Celltrion’s biosimilar for the blockbuster Remicade, yet another step in the so-called patent dance in their long-running dispute. 

The new suit, Janssen told Senior U.S. District Judge Mark Wolf, contains essentially the same allegations they've been fighting over for months. It wasn’t even necessary under the Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act, Janssen said. But defendants Celltrion and Pfizer company Hospira have said that Janssen wouldn’t be able to get lost profit damages without filing the new suit.

“Although Janssen strongly disagrees with defendants’ position, filing the...

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