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Lidoderm Antitrust

A drug maker that dropped its patent suit against makers of the pain patch Lidoderm and agreed to delay its generic version could have won its lawsuit, an “alternate injury in a but-for world” that precludes resolving a sprawling antitrust class action in the drug makers’ favor, a federal judge has ruled.

SAN FRANCISCO – A drug maker that dropped its patent suit against makers of the pain patch Lidoderm and agreed to delay its generic version could have won its lawsuit, an “alternate injury in a but-for world” that precludes resolving a sprawling antitrust class action in the drug makers’ favor, a federal judge has ruled.

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