Bayer to pursue Nexavar patent case in Mumbai High court

by Paul Joseph on March 5, 2013 · 0 comments

Bayer AG, Germany-based pharmaceuticals giant, declared on Monday that it would challenge the Indian Intellectual Property Appellate Board’s decision regarding its anti-cancer drug Nexavar in high court. The Controller General of Patents (CGP) allowed Hyderabad-based Natco to produce and sell a generic version of Bayer’s anti-cancer drug Nexavar. The German pharmaceuticals company opposed the decision and took the matter to India’s Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB), which upheld the CGP’s decision. read more

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