Analysts: Cephalon lawsuit won't result in Provigil competition

02/14/2008 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

Analysts have dismissed concerns that the new Federal Trade Commission lawsuit against drugmaker Cephalon will lead to generic competition to Provigil, the company's sleep disorder treatment. The company has a good chance of beating the FTC's allegation that it engaged in pay-for-delay deals with generic-drug makers, the experts said, and a final ruling isn't expected before 2011.

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