Tagged as: PTAB

Federal Circuit Affirms PTAB Finding that Dupixent® Immunex Patent is Obvious

As previously reported, in February 2019, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board issued final written decisions in two IPR proceedings initiated by Sanofi challenging the U.S. Patent No. 8,679,487 (the ’487 patent) owned by Immunex.  In IPR2017-01884, the Board held that the challenged claims of the ‘487 patent were unpatentable…

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PTAB Issues Final Written Decisions Finding Most Claims of Sanofi’s Lantus Patents Invalid

As we previously reported, Mylan filed a number of IPR petitions challenging a total of seven of Sanofi-Aventis’s patents related to Lantus® (insulin glargine injection).  On May 29, 2020, the PTAB issued Final Written Decisions in eight of Mylan’s pending petitions concerning four patents finding most of the challenged claims…

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Supreme Court Narrows Scope of Judicial Review before the PTAB

The Supreme Court yesterday narrowed the scope of judicial review of proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) in Thryv, Inc. v. Click-to-Call Technologies, LP.  Thryv had petitioned the PTAB to institute an IPR of Click-to-Call‘s patent.  Thryv’s predecessor had been sued on that patent more than one…

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PTAB EXTENDS TIME FOR INSULIN GLARGINE IPR DECISION

We previously covered the Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s (the “Board”) institution of inter partes reviews filed by Mylan challenging the validity of various Sanofi patents relating to devices for administering insulin glargine: IPR2018-01675, IPR2018-01676 (Patent 8,603,044 B2); IPR2018-01678, IPR2018-01679, IPR2019-00122 (Patent 8,992,486); IPR2018-01680, IPR2018-01682 (Patent 9,526,844 B2); and IPR2018-01684 (Patent…

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Filgrastim PTAB Update

As we previously reported, earlier this year Kashiv Biosciences filed two inter partes review (IPR) petitions challenging certain claims of Amgen’s U.S. Patent Nos. 8,940,878 and 9,643,997, which are directed to methods to purify proteins expressed in a non-native soluble form in a non-mammalian expression system.  Amgen is asserting the ’878 and…

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