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In addition, Allergan and Sandoz are parties to a lawsuit in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey in which Allergan asserts that Sandoz' proposed generic product infringes an additional patent listed in the Orange Book for COMBIGAN (U.
New Delhi [India], Dec 6 ( ANI ): India's largest online marketplace for automobiles Droom has announced expansion of the scope of Orange Book Value, popularly known as OBV, to give the fair market value of used mobile phones to the customers.
Part I of this Comment discusses the development of the Orange Book restriction on the patent carve-out exception.
The party must, however, decide on whether it has the stomach for the kind of economic liberalism set out by young Turks like David Laws in the Orange Book.
MPs linked to the Orange Book, including home affairs spokesman Mark Oaten, were reported to be behind the pre-Christmas challenge to Charles Kennedy's leadership of the party.
My Orange Book was developed with the help of pupils from Ysgol Hen Felin, in Ystrad.
The FDA unwittingly abets that abuse by allowing the firms to list new patents in the Orange Book for previously introduced drugs, and by extending automatic protection to the original drug even if the listed patents are invalid or irrelevant.
The established new CD-RW standard Orange Book Part II, Volume 1, Ver.
Information in The Orange Book is also valid for orange nectars and other varieties of fruit juice.
Patents are considered listed in the Orange Book upon receipt by FDA, and this is one of three patents for daptomycin listed in the Orange Book.
Following the US patent, the company's newly issued patent will be listed in the US FDA's Approved Drug Products with Therapeutic Equivalence Evaluations (Orange-Book) bringing its total Orange Book listed patents for Bendeka to ten.