Sepracor and the University of Massachusetts together have sued generic drug manufacturer Pharmaceutical Associates for allegedly infringing a pair of patents related to an oral formulation of the allergy drug Clarinex.
 
The complaint, filed in September in the US District Court for the District of New Jersey, accuses Pharmaceutical Associates, also known as PAI, of infringing US Patent Nos. 7,214,683 and 7,214,684, which are co-owned by Sepracor and UMass and were exclusively licensed to Sepracor in 1997.

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