Eric Marandett Speaks on the Paragraph IV Notice Letter
 

Eric Marandett Speaks on the Paragraph IV Notice Letter

Choate Speaking Engagement

 | April 30, 2008

 | Eric Marandett


Event:
  Paragraph IV Disputes - Expert Insights on Hatch-Waxman Litigation Strategies for Brand Names and Generics

Organization:  American Conference Institute
Location:  New York City

 

Intellectual Property Litigation chair Eric Marandett served as a panelist at American Conference Institute’s 2nd Annual Paragraph IV Disputes: Expert Insights on Hatch-Waxman Litigation Strategies for Brand Names and Generics. He spoke on “Throwing Down the Gauntlet: The Paragraph IV Notice Letter – Delivery and Receipt." 

This program featured the procedural and substantive requirements of the notice letter and also explored the brand-side, including:

  • cost effective business strategies for using the 45-day period productively
  • when to file suit
  • choosing a jurisdiction
  • which patents to include
  • other options to explore
 

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