Supreme Court Declines ‘Skinny Label’ Case, But Teva To Continue Fight In District Court
Justice Kavanaugh voted to grant Teva’s petition for certiorari. It is unknown if other justices voted with him. The high court last month declined to hear Novartis's Gilenya patent case and Sanofi’s antitrust allegations against Mylan’s EpiPen rebate agreements.
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