Pfizer Licenses Nutrition 21’s Chromax In Patent Claim Settlement
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
The settlement terms are confidential, but Pfizer “acknowledged the validity of Nutrition 21’s asserted patents” and the Centrum line “may continue to use chromium picolinate,” Nutrition 21 says. The firms agreed as attorneys prepared to begin questioning a pool of potential jurors for the trial.
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