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Litigation Details for MYLAN LABORATORIES, INC. v. LEAVITT (D.D.C. 2007)


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Details for MYLAN LABORATORIES, INC. v. LEAVITT (D.D.C. 2007)

Date Filed Document No. Description Snippet Link To Document
2007-03-26 1 Complaint 4,572,909 (“the ‘909 patent”) and U.S. Patent No. 4,879,303 (“the ‘303 patent”) The ‘909 patent expired on July…violate the ‘909 patent and the ‘303 patent because l Drug Price Competition and Patent Term Restoration…held two patents that it contended covered different aspects of amlodipine besylate, U.S. Patent No. 4,572,909…manufacturers to challenge invalid patents, such as Pfizer’s ‘303 patent. See id. If the FDA permits other…July 31, 2002; the ‘303 patent expired on March 25, 2007. 9. Since 1992, Pfizer has commercially marketed External link to document
2007-03-30 15 Motion to Intervene Wells identified a for- tion issued as U.S. Patent No. 4,572,909 (“the 909 mulation for amlodipine…303 patent, and Philip D. Segrest, Jr. that if the 303 patent were…any product comprising amlodipine Patent No. 4,879,303 (“the 303 patent”) to Pfizer, in- besylate covered…claims 1-3 of the 303 patent. The ANDA by) the claims of the 303 patent until September 25,… FN2 patent”) on February 25, 1986. The 909 patent “excellent capsules External link to document
2007-03-26 3 Motion for Preliminary Injunction United States Patent Nos. 4,572,909 (the ‘909 patent) and Patent No. 4,879,303 (the ‘303 patent).1 The parties…‘909 patent on amlodipine and two prior art patents - the Schmidt patent and the Spiegel patent. …, at 24.) The U.S. patent agents would rely on the U.K patent lawyers or U.K patent agents to provide…provided in the ‘909 patent. (See ‘909 Patent, MTX 1.) 151. The ‘909 patent recites twelve…drug claimed in a patent or the use of which is claimed in a patent is an act of patent infringement if External link to document
2007-04-23 43 Motion to Intervene name Norvasc®. Pfizer listed U.S. Patent No. 4,879,303 (“the ‘303 patent”) as claiming its arnlodipine product…., as amended by the Drug Price Competition and Patent Tenn Restoration Act of 1984, Pub. L. No. 98-417… product in FDA’s “Orange Book.” The ‘303 patent expired on March 25, 2007. 15. Pfizer received pediatric…contains a “Paragraph III” certification to the ‘303 patent 18. On January 29, 2006, the United States District…formerly known as Torpharm, Inc.) infringed the ‘303 patent by filing its anilodipine ANDA with a Paragraph External link to document
2007-04-23 44 Motion for Preliminary Injunction product . The later of these patents, Patent No . 4,879,303 ('303 patent), expired…that Pfizer’s patent 4,879,303 (“the ‘303 patent”) is invalid? Can FDA treat the ‘303 patent as invalid …infringed claims 1-3 of United States Patent No. 4,879,303 (the “303 patent”); and it is further, … not violate the ‘303 patent. On July 30, 2003, Pfizer sued Apotex for patent infringement in the United… 1-3 of the ‘303 patent, leaving the remaining claims unaffected and the ‘303 patent “validly listed External link to document
2007-04-23 46 Crossclaim Page 3 of 15 and U.S. Patent No. 4,879,303 (“the ‘303 patent”). The ‘909 patent expired on July 31, 2006…Pfizer’s patent 4,879,303 (“the ‘303 patent”) is invalid? Can FDA treat the ‘303 patent as invalid…held two patents that it contended covered different aspects of amlodipine besylate, U.S. Patent No. 4,…believed the ’303 patent was invalid and unenforceable (Apotex also asserted that the patent was not infringed…after the date the patent expires,” as that determination is made as of the time of patent expiration (March External link to document
2007-04-23 48 Crossclaim two patents as claiming Norvasc®, U.S. Patent No. 4,572,909 (“the ‘909 patent”) and U.S. Patent No. …submitted two patents to the FDA as claiming Norvasc®, U.S. Patent No. 4,572,909 (“the ‘909 patent”) and No…Orange Book”): US Patent Nos. 4,572,909 (“the ‘909 patent”) and 4,879,303 (“the ‘303 patent”). See Orange…Orange Book”): US Patent Nos. 4,572,909 (“the ‘909 patent”) and 4,879,303 (“the ‘303 patent”). See Orange …quot; two patents claiming amlodipine : United States Patent 4,572,909 ("'909 patent") and External link to document
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