Momenta Sues Viatris Over Copaxone Generic – Five Years After Launch
Viatris’ Partner Natco: ‘This Is A Meritless Suit’
One Copaxone (glatiramer acetate) ANDA sponsor is suing another for alleged patent infringement, with Momenta filing a lawsuit against Viatris and its partners in a US district court.
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