180-day Exclusivity Period

180-day Exclusivity Period

Definition

[21 U.S.C. § 355j(5)(B)(iv)] States that the first company to file a paragraph IV ANDA for approval of a generic version of a pioneer drug enjoys a 180-day period of exclusivity in which to sell its generic drug.

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