The dust has started to settle following the Supreme Court decision in Warner-Lambert v Actavis  UKSC 56 handed down recently. Much of the commentary has focused on the infringement aspect of the decision. In this follow-up blog, we delve deeper into the court’s take on the issue of plausibility.
The Supreme Court has dismissed Warner-Lambert’s Lyrica appeal that the patent was sufficiently disclosed, and upheld Actavis and Mylan’s appeal that the disputed claims were not even partially sufficient.
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