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Last June, the U.S. Supreme Court finally tackled Reverse Payments. In Actavis, they leaned away from many lower court decisions and acknowledged that reverse...

Supreme Court Rules in Reverse Payment Case

Kevin Noonan, Sep 30, 2013 In June, the Supreme Court ruled 5-3 in favor of the Federal Trade Commission in FTC v. Actavis, Inc. Writing...

Reverse Payments After Actavis

John Bigelow, Sep 30, 2013 Thirteen years ago-in 2000-the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") and private plaintiffs began fighting certain kinds of settlements that sometimes arise...

Reverse Payments Post Actavis: A Litigation Quagmire?

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Keith Hylton, Jul 15, 2015 For the last decade or so, the FTC has...

What’s Nexium After Actavis?

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Ankur Kapoor, Rosa Morales, Oct 29, 2014 As the first reverse-payment antitrust case to...

Defining “Payments”: The First Post-Actavis Battleground in Pharmaceutical Reverse Payments

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Lauren Battaglia, Apr 29, 2014 In June 2013, the Supreme Court ruled in FTC...

Courts’ Prescription for Reverse-Payment Settlements Still Unknown Almost a Year After...

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Ankur Kapoor, Rosa Morales, Apr 29, 2014 Nearly a year after the Supreme Court...

New Jersey District Court Limits Actavis To Cash Payments

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Donald Falk, Christopher Kelly, Apr 29, 2014 As with patent infringement litigation in many...

Pay-for-Delay

Fiona Scott Morton, Dec 20, 2013 This article lays out the economics of competition between branded and generic pharmaceuticals and its welfare consequences. I explain...

“Pay-for-Delay”: What Do We Disagree On?

Pierre Regibeau, Dec 20, 2013 Antitrust concerns about “pay-for-delay” patent settlements are based on two theories of harms, one that stresses the need for courts...

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