Unclear Grammar Lands AbbVie-Novartis IP Row In Arbitration
A California federal judge on Thursday sent AbbVie Inc.’s suit seeking to nix Novartis’ hepatitis C patents to arbitration, finding that while a licensing agreement between the companies was so grammatically unclear he consulted his Chicago Manual of Style, the ambiguity triggers a presumption in favor of the Federal Arbitration Act.
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