Skinny Labeling

12
Jan

Saving the Skinny Label: Could Another Case Bring It Off the Respirator?

This morning, Sara W. Koblitz of Hyman, Phelps & McNamara posted a blog titled “Is The Skinny Label Back From the Dead?” (here) that suggests there may be hope for the skinny label after all.  The blog details the GSK v. Teva decision and the potential dire implications for the skinny label.  She also outlines […]

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04
Jan

Kick, Fight, and Scream, but Most of All Hope the Full Appeals Court (and/or the Supreme Court) Reverses

Ever since November 24, 1984, the effective date of the Drug Price Competition and Patent Term Restoration Act (aka Hatch-Waxman) which created the unique and delicate balance between innovation and safe and effective high quality generic copies of brand name products, the use of the “skinny label” has been a touchstone of that balance.  Rather […]

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