The National Law Journal


The big wins have piled up recently for Winston & Strawn's intellectual property team. In April, Winston's James Hurst won a 9-0 ruling for client Caraco Pharmaceutical Laboratories Ltd. at the U.S. Supreme Court in a case that opens a new pathway for generic drug companies to challenge the accuracy of patent information name-brand companies give to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The defeat of Danish name-brand pharmaceutical firm Novo Nordisk A/S was just one of a string of wins for generic drug companies.

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