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GENERICS (UK) LTD V DAIICHI PHARMACEUTICAL CO LTD – ENANTIOMER OF A KNOWN COMPOUND HELD PATENTABLE BY UK COURT OF APPEAL
By Paul Cole The present dispute concerned the patentability of the enantiomeric quinoline antibiotic levofloxacin covered by Daiichi’s expired EP (UK) 0206283 and by a supplementary protection certificate (SPC) based on it. The racemic compound ofloxacin was known, and the … Continue reading