A Federal Circuit panel on Tuesday vacated its earlier finding that Teva induced infringement of U.S. Patent No. RE40,000, GSK’s patent covering its drug, Coreg®, and set a new round of oral argument for February 23. Back in October, the Court in a 2-1 decision found Teva liable for induced infringement, even though Teva’s original label did not include the indication covered by the ’000 Patent. In its ruling, the Court took issue with Teva’s marketing materials stating that its generic product is an AB rated generic of Coreg tablets without specific reference to any indication. Following the decision, generic… Continue Reading Federal Circuit Agrees to Reconsider Ruling in GSK v. Teva Drug Patent Case
Evan Sumner is an associate in the Intellectual Property Practice Group in the firm's San Diego (Del Mar) office.