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DC District Court Denies Ferring Motion to Enforce Judgment After FDA’s Surprise Change on NCE Exclusivity for PREOPOPIK

By Kurt R. Karst — The years-long battle over 5-year New Chemical Entity (“NCE”) exclusivity for Ferring Pharmaceuticals Inc.’s (“Ferring’s”) colonoscopy preparation, PREPOPIK (sodium picosulfate, magnesium oxide, and citric acid) for Oral Solution (NDA 202535; approved on July 16, 2012), … Continue reading

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Judge Sleet Denies Amgen’s Motion to Transfer Infringement Action to California

By Memorandum Opinion entered by The Honorable Gregory M. Sleet in Genentech, Inc. et al. v. Amgen Inc., Civil Action No. 17-1407-GMS (D.Del. January 22, 2018), the Court denied defendant Amgen Inc.’s motion to transfer two patent infringement actions from … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Denies Review of FLSA Joint-Employer Test

By Jeremy Ben Merkelson It seems like an easy question: who is an “employer” liable for paying minimum wage and overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA or Act)? The answer is not always straightforward when there are two … Continue reading

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Post-recess, Court strikes respondent brief and denies certiorari in two cases

By Rodney F. Tonkovic, J.D.The Supreme Court has returned from its holiday recess with a lengthy order list that affects a trio of securities-related petitions. In a pending case, the Court granted the petitioners motion to strike the respondents’ supplemental … Continue reading

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Tennessee Court Denies Husband’s Petition to Decrease Alimony Obligation

When alimony is awarded to one spouse after a Tennessee divorce, it is not uncommon for disputes to arise in the future, particularly if there is a change in circumstances. In a December 11, 2017 case, the Tennessee Court of Appeals considered … Continue reading

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