Contrave Weight Loss Drug Patents Infringed by Generic Maker, Court Rules
A Delaware federal judge ruled on Oct. 13 that Actavis Laboratories FL Inc. infringed three patents with a planned generic version of the weight-loss drug Contrave, rejecting the company's defense as a "classic case" of hindsight bias.
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