Copaxone survives attack by Mylan in Dutch Court


The District Court of the Hague (Netherlands) has rejected a patent revocation suit brought by Mylan B.V., a subsidiary of Mylan Laboratories Inc., against the patent covering Copaxone, a treatment for Multiple Schlorosis that is patented by Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. The Dutch court upheld the validity of Teva’s European Patent, which will remain in force until May 2015. The favorable ruling follows a similar ruling by the English Court of Appeal in July 2013, which also affirmed the validity of Teva’s patent.

Categories: Patents, pharmaceuticals, pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology, Teva, Uncategorized

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