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Reuters
Allergan ruling casts doubt on tribal patent strategyif not red lights, in front of parties considering a deal like this,” said Mich
Reuters / Posted 8 hours ago
if not red lights, in front of parties considering a deal like this,” said Michael Carrier, a professor of patent law at Rutgers Law School. The dispute over the Restasis patents dates back to 2015 when generic drug companies led by Mylan NV... Read more
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Fortune
Allergan's Mohawk Patent Strategy Is Eyewash, Court Saysif not red lights, in front of parties considering a deal like this,” said Mich
Fortune / Posted 10 hours ago
if not red lights, in front of parties considering a deal like this,” said Michael Carrier, a professor of patent law at Rutgers Law School. The dispute over the Restasis patents dates back to 2015 when generic drug companies led by Mylan NV... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Allergan ruling casts doubt on tribal patent strategyif not red lights, in front of parties considering a deal like this," said Mich
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
if not red lights, in front of parties considering a deal like this," said Michael Carrier, a professor of patent law at Rutgers Law School. PR BACKLASH The dispute over the Restasis patents dates back to 2015 when generic drug companies led by... Read more
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Daily Mail
Harvey Weinstein is hiring top Hollywood lawyer Patty Glaserand American Apparel Ceo Dov Charvoney after they were fired in wake of sexual
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
and American Apparel Ceo Dov Charvoney after they were fired in wake of sexual harassment allegations. A graduate of Rutgers Law School, she is a partner at Glaser Weil Fink Howard Avchen & Shapiro, which is based in Los Angeles,... Read more
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The Hill
With arbitration case, SCOTUS can protect both federal law, workers' rightsundermine statutes enforced through private litigation. When arbitration is use
The Hill / Posted 11 days ago
undermine statutes enforced through private litigation. When arbitration is used this way, agencies need the power to respond. David Noll is an associate professor of law at Rutgers Law School, where he teaches civil procedure and administrative l... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
AbbVie protects blockbuster drug Humira for 5 years through settlementcompeting against AbbVie in the U.S. “This gives AbbVie some breathing room,”
Chicago Tribune / Posted 20 days ago
competing against AbbVie in the U.S. “This gives AbbVie some breathing room,” said Michael Carrier, a professor at Rutgers Law School who studies intellectual property law in the pharmaceutical industry. He said, however, the delay in... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Pfizer sues Johnson & Johnson, alleging anticompetitive practices to maintain a drug monopolywave of the future - this is where a lot of the innovation is taking place toda
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 27 days ago
wave of the future - this is where a lot of the innovation is taking place today," said Michael Carrier, a law professor at Rutgers Law School. "It really is an uncharted path, in terms of what competition should look like going forward." For... Read more
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The Morning Call
Pfizer sues Johnson & Johnson, alleging anticompetitive practices to maintain a drug monopolywave of the future - this is where a lot of the innovation is taking place toda
The Morning Call / Posted 27 days ago
wave of the future - this is where a lot of the innovation is taking place today," said Michael Carrier, a law professor at Rutgers Law School. "It really is an uncharted path, in terms of what competition should look like going forward." For... Read more
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Boston Globe
Pfizer sues Johnson & Johnson, alleging anticompetitive practices to maintain a drug monopolyof the future . . . this is where a lot of the innovation is taking place today
Boston Globe / Posted 28 days ago
of the future . . . this is where a lot of the innovation is taking place today,’’ said Michael Carrier, a law professor at Rutgers Law School. ‘‘It really is an uncharted path, in terms of what competition should look like going forward.’’ For... Read more
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