Published in Drug Law Weekly, December 19th, 2006
As part of the settlement, Teva will pay up to $70 million to Pfizer, which includes an option in 2007 for Teva to sell its own generic version of epirubicin, another cancer medication, prior to the August 2007 patent expiry. In addition, Teva will not contest the validity of the patents.
The agreement will end litigation by Pfizer against Teva and Sicor, a company owned by Teva, over Sicor's sales of idarubicin (the active ingredient...
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