Teva Fights To Invalidate Astellas' Urinary Drug Patent
Law360, London (June 8, 2021, 1:09 PM BST) -- Teva has urged a London court to invalidate a U.K. patent held by Astellas for a urinary incontinence drug because it allegedly involves an obvious scientific formula, as the generic drug giant hit back at the Japanese pharmaceutical company's infringement lawsuit.
The generic drugmaker argued at the High Court that Astellas does not give sufficiently specific information in its patent. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth) Teva, of Israel, filed a counterclaim with the High Court on June 1, asking it to declare that the patent held by Astellas for the delayed release of a compound called mirabegron — a drug sold in Europe since 2013...
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