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Litigation Details for Procter & Gamble Company v. Teva Pharmaceuticals USA Inc. (D. Del. 2008)

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Details for Procter & Gamble Company v. Teva Pharmaceuticals USA Inc. (D. Del. 2008)

Date Filed Document No. Description Snippet Link To Document
2008-02-01 1 Complaint phosphate membolism.. BACKGROUND ART UUS. Pat. No, 3,683,080, issued Aug` B, 1972, to Francis, discloses compositions…United States Patent nn Benedict et al. [11} Patent Number: 5,583,122 [45] Bate of Patent: Dec. 10, 1996…Action This is an action for patent infringement arising under the patent laws of the United States, Title…the owner by assignment of U,S~ Patent No. 5,583,122 (“the ‘ 122 Patent”), entitled “Piiarrnaceutical Cornpositions…copy of the ‘122 Patent is attached hereto as Exhibit A. The ciaixns of the ‘122 Patent are valid and enforceable External link to document
2008-03-20 12 Response to Motion 1. Claims 4, 16, and 23 of U.S. Patent No. 5,583,122 (“the ’122 patent”) are not invalid; 2. Pursuant…the Patent Office to extend a patent term in certain cases in which the marketing of the patented product… tacked on to the patent term, it is not a patent right. The existence of the patent simply provides a…P&G Cannot Extend the ’122 Patent The only “extension” of a patent term pertinent here is governed…the patent was more than 14 years at the time the FDA first approved risedronate, the ’122 patent is ineligible External link to document
2008-03-27 13 Reply to Response to Motion Claims 4, 36, and 23 oli"llSn Patent No, 5,583,122 (“the ’122 patent”); AND tT IS FURTHER ORDERED AND…ADJUDGED that claims 4, 16, and 23 o'l the ‘ 122 patent are valid and enl"orceable; AND iT IS FURTI…the date of"expiration of"the "122 patent, including any extensions and regulatory exclusivities…United States any products that infringe the ‘122 patent, incitiding the 75 mg risedronate sodium tabiets…Application Not 79- 2}5, until the expiration of the ‘122 patent (Decernber 10, 201.3), inchiding any extensions External link to document
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