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Thoughts on Novo/Mylan (Viatris) Dismissing Their Victoza Patent Dispute; Did Viatris Just Abandon Its Generic?

Here is a brief preview of this blast: On March 31, 2021, Novo Nordisk and Mylan (now Viatris) dismissed all claims from a US patent dispute over generic Victoza (view court documents). Recall, in August 2019, Novo filed a lawsuit against Mylan over Mylan's ANDA Paragraph IV filing of a generic Victoza asserting that it was infringing upon 7 Novo patents. No further details regarding the agreement to dismiss the case were disclosed, and neither Novo nor Viatris has issued a press release. Below, FENIX provides thoughts on the litigation dismissal and how the evolving GLP-1RA market dynamics through 2025 could suggest Viatris will no longer pursue generic Victoza in the US.

About The Author

Matthew Maryniak

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President of Fenix Group International
Matthew has been a thought leader in the high-growth therapeutic areas of diabetes and cardiovascular medicine since 2006, making regular attendance at large and small CV/met scientific meetings and an architect of novel methods for assessing market opportunities. He has over a decade of experience in leading CV/met consulting engagements, is a published author in PM360 and Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics, and has been quoted in The Pink Sheet on anti-thrombotics.