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Litigation Details for Pfizer Inc. v. Apotex Inc. (N.D. Ill. 2008)

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Pfizer Inc. v. Apotex Inc. (N.D. Ill. 2008)

Docket   Try a Free Trial Date Filed 2008-12-17
Court District Court, N.D. Illinois Date Terminated 2012-03-01
Cause 35:145 Patent Infringement Assigned To Edmond E-Min Chang
Jury Demand Defendant Referred To Honorable Martin C. Ashman
Patents 4,681,893; 4,895,841; 5,273,995; 5,686,104; 6,126,971
Attorneys Andrew M Alul; Dean A. Monco; Deanne M. Mazzochi; Jeffrey B. Bove; Paul J. Molino; William Andrew Rakoczy
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Details for Pfizer Inc. v. Apotex Inc. (N.D. Ill. 2008)

Date Filed Document No. Description Snippet Link To Document
2009-11-12 114 III certification against U.S. Patent No. 4,895,841 (“the ‘841 patent”), which meant that Ranbaxy could…during the patent term of the ‘841 patent. Here, Apotex has agreed to wait out the full patent term of …the ‘995 patent and its reissue (RE667) on which Pfizer originally sued, but also three patents (the ‘104…‘104, ‘156, and ‘971 patents or “non-asserted patents”) which Pfizer has never asserted against Apotex…Mylan for infringement of the ‘156 patent as well as on two other patents not at issue here. Pfizer Inc. External link to document
2009-11-12 116 (“‘667 patent”).2 And Apotex Inc.’s paragraph III certification to U.S. Patent No. 4,681,893 is not …position that U.S. Patent No. 5,273,995 (“‘995 patent”), which, together with the ‘667 patent, make up the …collectively, “Pfizer”) have asserted U.S. Patent No. 5,969,156 (“‘156 patent”) against subsequent ANDA-filers…sued on that patent (and others), precisely because Pfizer has never asserted those patents against any…‘156, And ‘971 Patents Against Generic Competitors By Asserting The ‘156 Patent Against Mylan External link to document
2010-06-30 142 the ‘ United States Patent No. 5,273,995 (“ 995 patent” …issued U.S. Patent No. RE40,667 (“ 667 ). The ‘ patent” 667 patent is a reissue patent, which… of such patent * * *, reissue the patent for the invention disclosed in the original patent” …on Double Patenting Courts have interpreted the Patent Act to forbid a second patent from covering…well as the Patent Office Rules require surrender of the original patent before a reissue patent may be granted External link to document
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