April 4, 2018 / 12:10 AM / 8 months ago

Merck seeks to arbitrate Zetia 'pay-for-delay' cases

Merck & Co Inc is urging a judge to force a group of drug distributors to arbitrate antitrust cases alleging the pharmaceutical company entered into a patent settlement that delayed the release of generic version of anti-cholesterol drug Zetia.

Merck filed motions on Monday in federal court in Norfolk, Virginia, in an effort to dodge proposed class action lawsuits accusing it of entering into a 2010 “pay-for-delay” deal with generic drug maker Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd over Zetia, sales of which were in the billions at the time.

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