Tagged as: Litigation

Janssen v. Celltrion: Scheduling Order Entered

The United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts entered a scheduling order in the ongoing Janssen v. Celltrion litigation concerning Celltrion’s Inflectra®, a biosimilar of Janssen’s Remicade® (infliximab), for the remainder of discovery, pre-trial activities, and trial.  The parties are ordered to reserve June 11, 2018 through June 29,…

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The Biosimilars Litigation Landscape for 2017

Law360 has published an article by three of our contributing editors here at Big Molecule Watch.  As suggested by the title, “The Biosimilars Litigation Landscape for 2017,” the article provides an analysis of the expected BPCIA litigation activity, including potential new litigations, in 2017.  Click here for a link to…

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Janssen v. Celltrion: Janssen Appeals Judgment Invalidating the ’471 Patent

As we previously reported, on September 26, 2016, the district court in Janssen v. Celltrion entered partial final judgment that the ’471 patent, asserted by Janssen, was invalid.  Today, Janssen filed a notice that they are appealing the district court’s judgment to the Federal Circuit. Meanwhile, Celltrion’s partner Pfizer announced last week that it will begin shipping…

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BPCIA Litigation Updates: Amgen v. Apotex, Immunex v. Sandoz, Janssen v. Celltrion

A few BPCIA litigation updates to wrap up the week for our readers, looking ahead to next week: The Federal Circuit issued its formal mandate in Amgen v. Apotex yesterday.  With the issuance of the formal mandate, the Federal Circuit has officially ordered that its July  opinion in the case must now be…

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Halo Electronics, Inc. v. Pulse Electronics Inc.: the U.S. Supreme Court Establishes a New Framework for Awarding Enhanced Damages in Patent Suits

Yesterday, the Supreme Court announced its decision in Halo Electronics, decision in Halo Electronics, Inc. v Pulse Electronics, Inc., in which the Court rejected the Federal Circuit’s Seagate test and established a new framework for imposing enhanced damages for patent infringement.  Under the new framework, district courts will have greater…

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