Teva Pays $235M to GSK after Coreg Patent Trial

Jun 22, 2017

Reuters

A jury in Wilmington, Delaware, ordered Teva Pharmaceutical Industries to pay GlaxoSmithKline more than $235 million for violating a patent of its its blood pressure medicine Coreg, according to a Reuters article.

The jury ruled that Teva infringed the patent with its sales of a generic version of GSK's Coreg with a label saying it could treat chronic heart failure, the story said.

The jury rejected Teva's argument that the patent was invalid.

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