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November 13, 2012
10:25 EDTPRGO, CPIXCumberland enters settlement with Paddock, Perrigo for Acetadote patent
Cumberland (CPIX) disclosed this morning that it entered into a settlement agreement with Paddock and Perrigo to resolve the challenges and the pending litigation between the company and each of Paddock and Perrigo (PRGO) involving its Acetadote patent. Under the agreement, Paddock and Perrigo admit that the Acetadote patent is valid and enforceable and that any Paddock or Perrigo generic Acetadote would infringe upon the Acetadote patent. In addition Paddock and Perrigo will not challenge the validity, enforceability, ownership or patentability of the Acetadote patent through its expiration currently scheduled for May 2026. The agreement provides, among other things, that within three days of execution, the parties will file with the respective Illinois and Delaware courts all necessary papers required to dismiss without prejudice all claims and counterclaims, motions and petitions asserted in the above referenced lawsuits In connection with the execution of the settlement agreement, Cumberland entered into a License and Supply Agreement with Paddock and Perrigo. Under the terms, if a third party receives final approval from the FDA to sell a generic Acetadote product, Cumberland will supply Perrigo with an authorized generic version of the Acetadote product. Perrigo agrees to sell the authorized generic and that it would share with Cumberland the net sales revenues.
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