“Dr. Durette’s lying at his deposition, recanting that testimony at trial without proper prior notice to Gilead, and further untruthful testimony at trial all support the court’s conclusion that Merck did intend to deceive Gilead and the court,” the judge wrote.She said Merck’s actions were “even more egregious” because Durette was acting as the company’s patent attorney.

Source: Merck’s Patent Win Over Gilead Reversed Over False Testimony – Bloomberg

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