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Scott Morrison refuses to resign, defends secret ministerial appointments
Coronavirus 2022-08-17 2:16 pm By Christine Caulfield

Former prime minister Scott Morrison has defended his decision to appoint himself as shadow minister of significant government portfolios during the COVID-19 pandemic, saying the […]

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‘You’re such a feminist’: Ambulance Victoria sued for sex discrimination
Employment 2022-08-08 4:33 pm By Sam Matthews

Ambulance Victoria is being sued by a former executive who claims she was not treated the same as her male colleagues and subject to “disrespectful, […]

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Samsung Bioepis sues Fresenius Kabi over patent for generic Humira
Intellectual Property 2022-08-04 11:12 pm By Sam Matthews

Samsung Bioepis Australia has sued fellow biotechnology company Fresenius Kabi over a biosimilar of top selling immunosuppressant drug Humira, saying the invention ‘does not achieve […]

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Drug companies drop bid for ACCC approval of Revlimid patent settlement
Competition & Consumer Protection 2022-07-29 11:44 am By Cat Fredenburgh

Bristol-Myers Squibb unit Celgene and two generic drug makers have withdrawn an application for ACCC approval of a patent settlement that would have allowed for […]

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HarperCollins wants High Court to reawaken deep sleep defamation case
Defamation 2022-07-27 1:41 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Publisher HarperCollins has filed a special leave application with the High Court seeking to challenge a decision that revived a defamation case by a psychiatrist […]

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Bayer wants to amend Xarelto patent at centre of Sandoz’s invalidity claim
Intellectual Property 2022-07-15 11:37 am By Christine Caulfield

German pharmaceutical giant Bayer, which is facing a legal bid by generic drug maker Sandoz to invalidate patents covering blood clot drug Xarelto, is seeking […]

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Boston Scientific to pay $105M in class action over pelvic mesh devices
Class Actions 2022-07-13 1:19 pm By Christine Caulfield

US medical device maker Boston Scientific has agreed to pay $105 million to settle a class action on behalf of Australian women implanted with one […]

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Class action over COVID-19 jab mandate ‘legally misconceived’, judge says
Coronavirus 2022-07-13 5:47 pm By Sam Matthews

A judge has dismissed a proceeding against the New South Wales government over a mandate requiring healthcare workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19, saying the […]

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Samsung Bioepis sues again to invalidate Humira biosimilar
Intellectual Property 2022-06-30 2:57 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Korean drug company Samsung Bioepis has filed a second lawsuit seeking to invalidate German drug company Fresenius Kadi’s patent for a biosimilar of blockbuster arthritis […]

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Former Sigma Healthcare exec gets 14 months for insider trading
White Collar 2022-06-27 9:33 pm By Christine Caulfield

A former Sigma Healthcare executive has been sentenced to a suspended term of 14 months’ in prison after pleading guilty to trading on insider information. […]

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