CI & Patent News: 23/11/2010


1) Paragraph IV Litigation:

1) Daiichi Sankyo & Genzyme Vs Impax & Glenmark Pharma

Product: Colesevelam; Complaint No: 1:10-cv-00997-UNA. Genzyme has sued only on two product patents mentioned below

Patent No Expiry Title
5,607,669:
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Dec 10, 2014 Amine polymer sequestrant and method of    cholesterol depletion
by Mandeville, III et. al.; USPC #424/78.12;
prosecuted by Hamilton, Brook, Smith & Reynolds, P.C. 
5,693,675:
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Jun 2, 2015 Alkylated amine polymers
by Mandeville, III et. al.; USPC #514/742;
prosecuted by Hamilton, Brook, Smith & Reynolds, P.C.

Impax is First to file and Subsequent ANDA filer is Glenmark.

2) Abbott Vs Roxane Laboratories (View on PriorSmart)

Product: PARICALCITOL;

5,587,497:
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Jun 24, 2014 19-nor-vitamin D compounds
by DeLuca et. al.; USPC #552/653;
prosecuted by Andrus, Sceales, Starke & Sawall

3) Regeneron Pharma. v. Genentech (View on PriorSmart)

Drug generic names: Aflibercept & Ranibizumab

Declaratory judgement for non-infringement of certain patents (6897294; 6100071; 7771721; 6383486; 7374757; 5952199)

Facts: Roche markets LUCENTIS (Ranibizumab injection) in USA for wet age-related macular degeneration and Genetech is assignee of above said patents, and  Genetech is now part of Roche.  Regeneron Pharma with bayer (Bayer Press release), developed a VEGF Trap (Aflibercept ophthalmic solution) for the same indication of Ranibizumab injection. Regeneron expects that Genetech may sue Regeneron, if it launches VEGP Trap.

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