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Janssen, Gilead Clear Mylan To Sell Generic HIV Drug

Law360, New York (November 9, 2017, 4:19 PM EST) -- Janssen Pharmaceutica NV on Thursday told a Delaware federal court that it has granted Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc. a license to use eight patents tied to the HIV treatment Complera, ending an infringement suit Janssen and Gilead Sciences Inc. had filed and clearing Mylan to eventually sell a generic.

The consent judgment claims that U.S. Patent Numbers 8,841,310; 7,125,879; 8,101,629; 8,080,551; 7,399,856; 7,563,922; 8,101,752; and 8,618,291 are still valid and enforceable, but that Mylan may use them starting on an unspecified date. While Janssen owns the patents,...
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