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Litigation Details for ERFINDERGEMEINSCHAFT UROPEP GbR v. Eli Lilly and Company (E.D. Tex. 2015)

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ERFINDERGEMEINSCHAFT UROPEP GbR v. Eli Lilly and Company (E.D. Tex. 2015)

Docket   Start Trial Date Filed 2015-07-01
Court District Court, E.D. Texas Date Terminated 2017-08-25
Cause 15:1126 Patent Infringement Assigned To William C. Bryson
Jury Demand Both Referred To
Parties BROOKSHIRE BROTHERS INC; DAVID FOLSOM; ELI LILLY AND COMPANY; ERFINDERGEMEINSCHAFT UROPEP GBR
Patents 5,859,006; 6,455,557; 6,469,012; 6,699,885; 9,393,238; RE38,115
Attorneys Adam K Mortara; Ahmed Jamal Davis; Alex L. Groden; Anthony H. Son; Benjamin J Whiting; Cherylyn Esoy Mizzo; David Folsom; Felicia J Boyd; J Scott McBride; Jeff M Barron; John M Hughes; John R Lane; John Wesley Samples; Jon Bentley Hyland; Melissa Richards Smith; Nosson Knobloch; Ruffin B Cordell; Sarah Marianne Cork; Todd G Vare; Victor D Vital
Firms Barnes & Thornburg LLP - Dallas; Barnes & Thornburg LLP Minneapolis; Bartlit Beck Chicago; Bartlit Beck Herman Palenchar & Scott LLP - Chicago; Bartlit Beck LLP Denver; Bartlit, Beck, Herman, Palenchar & Scott, LLP-Denver; Fish & Richardson PC - Washington DC; Fish & Richardson PC-Houston; Gillam and Smith LLP; Jackson Walker LLP; John Wesley Samples Attorney at Law Arlington; Maddox Edwards, PLLC
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Biologic Drugs cited in ERFINDERGEMEINSCHAFT UROPEP GbR v. Eli Lilly and Company
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Details for ERFINDERGEMEINSCHAFT UROPEP GbR v. Eli Lilly and Company (E.D. Tex. 2015)

Date Filed Document No. Description Snippet Link To Document
2016-07-22 119 Motion for Partial Summary Judgment 2003”) Exhibit 36: U.S. Patent 5,859,006 to Alain Daugan (“Daugan ‘006 Patent”) 0586-0619 … APP. # Exhibit 1: U.S. Patent No. 8,791,124 (the “‘124 Patent”) …asserted claims 1 and 3 of U.S. Patent No. 8,791,124 (the “‘124 Patent”). I. STATEMENT OF THE…‘124 Patent for inhibiting PDE5.2 II. SUMMARY OF ARGUMENT A. The Patent Act Establishes…described in the patent specification”—lest the quid pro quo bargain at the heart of the Patent Act be upset External link to document
0000-00-00 129 Response in Opposition to Motion 9,393,238 issued July 19, 2016 and is assigned to Celgene. Ex. 53, App. at 1065. It claims a method… ’124 patent contributed to your conclusion that the claims of the ’124 patent lack written…potentially, thousands of patents and dozens of Lilly’s. 10 We will return to the patent at issue in Avanir…To Existing Patents, Including Lilly’s There are 27,465 United States patents with claims …numerous patents that could be dramatically impacted by Lilly’s argument. For example, U.S. Patent No. 9,393,238 External link to document
0000-00-00 130 Additional Attachments to Main Document 463756A1, # 4 Exhibit 53 - U.S. Patent 9,393,238, # 5 Exhibit 54 - Lilly Patents with Claim Term Inhibitor,…Inhibitor, # 6 Exhibit 55 - U. S. Patent 5,674,887, # 7 Exhibit 56 - U.S. Patent 6,451,807, # 8 Exhibit 57 - Sybertz…2009), # 19 Exhibit 68 - U.S. Patent 6,245,802, # 20 Exhibit 69 - U.S. Patent 6,492,371, # 21 Exhibit 70 … Sybertz (1995), # 9 Exhibit 58 - U.S. Patent 5,393,755, # 10 Exhibit 59 - EP 0579496 A1, # 11 Exhibit…Claim Construction Hearing, # 16 Exhibit 65 - U.S. Patent RE38,115 E, # 17 Exhibit 66 - Mayo Clinic List External link to document
2017-01-31 189 Response in Opposition to Motion PDE6”); Ex. 20, US Patent No. 5,859,006 at col 48, ll. 28- 29 (Lilly tadalafil patent reporting only that…use in patents, Lilly has also admitted. And 146 United States patents use “IC50” in patent claims, …why the ’124 patent refers to obtaining the tissue from a single source. Ex. 7, ’124 patent col. 7, ll…it is their patent) and actually (UroPep has cited it before) on notice of what this patent says on the….9 As to assay conditions, like the ’124 patent the ’807 patent provides a set of conditions for the External link to document
2017-02-07 198 Motion in Limine 0001-5 2. Pfizer U.S. Patent No. 6,469,012 …Parte Reexamination Certificate for U.S. Patent No. 6,469,012 0053-87 4. Ex Parte…the ‘124 Patent”) nor prior art to the ‘124 Patent in an attempt to bolster the ‘124 Patent’s disclosure…compare the ‘124 Patent to Lilly’s U.S. Patent No. 6,451,807 (“the ‘807 Patent”) in both its present…Meaning, or Scope of the ‘124 Patent Drawn from Unrelated Patents. ........................ External link to document
0000-00-00 38 Response in Opposition to Motion at 1 (D.N.J. Oct. 11, 2007) (citing U.S. Patent No. 6,455,557). The district court in that case construed…Lilly and Brookshire infringe U.S. Patent No. 8,791,124 (“the ʼ124 Patent”) through the sale of Cialis® for…Direct Infringement of the ’124 Patent. Claim 1 of the ’124 Patent recites, in pertinent part, “… Brookshire for Direct Infringement of the ’124 Patent. .........................................7  …Brookshire for Indirect Infringement of the ’124 Patent. ....................................11  IV.  External link to document
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