No More Deal? Novartis, Amgen Trade Lawsuits Over Aimovig Agreements
Novartis wants a federal judge to stop Amgen from terminating the companies' agreements around potential migraine blockbuster Aimovig, in which it claims to have invested $870m to date. Amgen wants to go to trial, letting a jury decide whether it can end the partnership – and win damages.
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