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Court Rules on Dueling Drug Company Experts (access required)

In a pharmaceutical company’s Lanham Act suit alleging defendant pharmaceuti­cal company cut into plaintiff’s profits by listing in industry databases a proposed generic equivalent to plaintiff’s Donna­tal drug for irritable bowel syndrome, a Charlottesville U.S. District Court ex­cludes testimony from ...

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Defending trade secrets (access required)

The world’s most famous trade secret, the vigilantly guarded recipe for Coca-Cola, is kept in a purpose-built vault in the company’s Atlanta headquarters. Most trade secrets, howev­er, are kept on computers, where they are decidedly more vul­nerable to hackers and ...

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