PharmAthene v. Siga [Premium]


01/03/11 – 01/21/11

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Post-trial oral arguments scheduled for April 29, 2011.

In this Pharmaceutical mergers and acquisition litgation proceeding, Plaintiff PharmAthene alleged Siga Technologies of breaching its obligations to negotiate in good faith a definitive license agreement in accordance with the terms of license agreement term sheet it signed for the development of a small pox drug with the plaintiff.

The plaintiff was represented by attorney Roger Crane. The defendant in this case, Siga Technologies was represented by attorneys Harold Weinberger.

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The court found that SGIA was liable for the breach of contractual obligations to negotiate a license agreement in good faith and promissory estoppel. Judgment was entered for an equitable payment stream or equitable lien on the profits or the other qualifying proceeds associated with commercial sale of ST-246 or products that were derived from it Also, PharmAthene was awarded one-third of its attorneysÂ’ fees, expert witness costs, and other costs.


Recording Disclaimer: This proceeding was recorded in full except noted sections that were not recorded.

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