Third Wave Countersues Digene for Alleged 'Monopolistic Abuse' and Seeks $20 Million | GenomeWeb
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Nearly two months after Digene sued Third Wave Technologies for allegedly infringing its human papillomavirus intellectual property, Third Wave last week filed a countersuit with the US District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin, alleging that Digene has “abused its monopoly power to thwart competition” in the HPV diagnostics market.
 

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