On the heels of a $6.9B AstraZeneca pact, IP dispute between Daiichi Sankyo and Seattle Genetics rips open in lawsuit
A long-running collaboration on ADC tech with Seattle Genetics that ended 4 years ago has come back to haunt Daiichi Sankyo.
Seven months after AstraZeneca stepped up with a record-setting $6.9 billion deal to license a highly promising cancer drug that appears poised for a near-term approval, Daiichi Sankyo has called up the legal troops to fight back in court against Seattle Genetics’ claim to their IP, stemming from their tech alliance.
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