GlaxoSmithKline LLC v. Glenmark Pharm. Inc., USA, DEFAX Case No. D67486 (D.Del. Dec. 15 2016), Burke, U.S.M.J. (54 pages).
Good cause did not exist to permit a late amendment to an answer to assert additional affirmative defenses, where the factual bases to support the defenses were known to defendant such that counsel should have been diligent in assessing whether those facts supported a basis to assert the additional defenses.
|January 11, 2017
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