Oslo Court Orders Krka to Pay EUR 1.9M for Patent Infringement

Novo mesto, 23 April (STA) - The Commercial Court in Oslo, Norway, has ordered the side effects of viagra tablets Swedish subsidiary of generic cialis discount Slovenian maker of generic drugs Krka to pay EUR 1.9m to the buying cialis next day delivery multinational AstraZeneca due to infringement of a patent on the enzyte vs viagra active ingredient esomeprazole, Krka said on Monday.

Krka has claimed that the where can i purchase cialis patent covers only esomeprazole with an optical purity of 99.8% or more, as AstraZeneca has limited its invention in all members of the cialis canadian European Patent Convention.

But the overnight viagra court in Oslo ruled that the scope of invention is broader in Norway, arguing that the patent covers any esomeprazole product with an optical purity above 98%.

Krka's product has an optical purity below 99.8% but above 98%, falling within the viagra approved scope of the patent.

Krka Sverige was selling its esomeprazole products in Norway from October to December 2010, when it took the price check 50 mg viagra product off the cialis online without prescription market after it received an injunction from the cialis buy online Oslo Enforcement Court.

Krka said it would appeal against the viagra over the counter first instance decision.