ALLERGAN, INC. et al v. APOTEX INC., et al
||ALLERGAN, INC. and DUKE UNIVERSITY
||APOTEX INC. and APOTEX CORP.
||September 8, 2010
||US District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina
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|April 23, 2013
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER signed by JUDGE CATHERINE C. EAGLES on 4/23/2013; that: 1. Plaintiffs' motions for permanent injunction, (Doc. 211 ; No. 1:12-CV-321, Doc. 58), are GRANTED. The Court shall enter injunctions in the consolidat ed cases and in case number 1:12-CV-321. 2. Defendants' motions for leave to file a sur-reply, (Doc. 223 ; No. 1:12-CV-321, Doc. 71), are GRANTED. 3. Plaintiffs' motions to seal, (Doc. 210 ; No. 1:12-CV-321, Doc. 57), are GRANT ED. Plaintiffs' briefs, (Doc. 212 ; No. 1:12-CV-321, Doc. 59), shall remain sealed in their entirety, but Plaintiffs shall publicly file a redacted version in each case. The accompanying exhibits shall remain sealed in their entirety. (Sheets, Jamie)
|January 24, 2013
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER signed by JUDGE CATHERINE C. EAGLES on 01/24/2013, that Defendants' Rule 52(c) motion for judgment on partial findings is DENIED. The effective date of approval of Defendants' ANDA products shall be a date which is not earlier than the later of the expiration dates of the '029 and '404 Patents. As time permits, the Court will enter a judgment in favor of Plaintiffs and against Defendants consistent with this Memorandum Opinion and Order. Associated Cases: 1:10-cv-00681-CCE-LPA, 1:11-cv-00298-CCE-LPA, 1:11-cv-00650-CCE-LPA(Taylor, Abby)
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