Congress given chance to reduce threat for brand-name pharma from Hatch-Waxman and IPR challenges 14 Jun 18
Richard Lloyd US Senator Orrin Hatch has introduced a legislative amendment which would prevent generic drug companies from challenging brand-name drug patents using both the Hatch-Waxman and an inter partes review (IPR) routes. Instead, they would be forced to choose which of the two procedures that are currently available to them to use. IPR has proved to...
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