American Conference Institute’s 8th Annual Paragraph IV Disputes

American Conference Institute’s 8th Annual Paragraph IV Disputes

Speaking Engagement
It is estimated that the industry will experience patent losses approaching $150 billion within the next three years. This will undoubtedly test the balance of power created by the Hatch-Waxman Act and lead to dramatic new litigation challenges for brand names and generics.

Now in its eighth iteration, American Conference Institute's (ACI's) Paragraph IV Disputes conference is the only event which helps both brand name and generic pharmaceutical companies make sense of changing industry dynamics precipitated by the patent cliff and other factors such as patent reform, regulatory shifts and recent and pending case law. This is the conference that not only sets the standards for Paragraph IV litigation, but also serves as the annual meeting place for the “who's who” of pharmaceutical patent litigation.

WilmerHale Partner Christopher Noyes will speak on the panel “Use of IPR and Other PTO Proceedings in A Paragraph IV Challenge: Strategies For Brand Names and Generics in Navigating PTO Proceedings in ANDA Litigation.”

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