All Eyes on SCOTUS as Judges Put Pay-For-Delay Cases on Hold
While lawyers for Merck and Upsher-Smith wait to find out whether the U.S. Supreme Court will hear a crucial challenge over a so-called pay-for-delay deal involving the potassium supplement K-Dur, other pharma companies have been busy trying to convince judges to put their own cases on ice. Mostly, they've succeeded.
By Claire ZillmanOctober 24, 2012
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