AVT02 (adalimumab)

AVT02 Approval Pending

AVT02 (adalimumab)

AVT02 Approval Pending

U.S. License Holder:

Alvotech / Teva

Date of License:

aBLA accepted by FDA November-2020

Last Update:

October-23-2021

approved_indications FDA-Approved Indications


AVT02 (adalimumab) is not FDA-approved. An aBLA has been accepted by the FDA.

approved_indications U.S. Patent Litigations

PACER

Case No(s):

U.S. Patent Nos.
8,420,081 (Antibody Formulations and Methods of Making Same) 8,926,975 (Method of Treating Ankylosing Spondylitis) 8,961,973 (Multiple-Variable Dose Regimen for Treating TNF-Alpha-Related Disorders) 9,085,619 (Anti-TNF Antibody Formulations)

Plaintiffs
AbbVie Biotechnology Ltd.; AbbVie Inc.

Defendants
Alvotech hf.

Status
Case Ongoing

BPCIA
Y

U.S. Patent Nos.
6,805,686 (Autoinjector with Extendable Needle Protector Shroud) 8,231,876 (Purified Antibody Composition) 8,663,945 (Methods of Producing Anti-TNF-Alpha Antibodies in Mammalian Cell Culture) 8,708,968 (Removal of Needle Shields from Syringes and Automatic Injection Devices) 8,715,664 (Use of Human TNF Alpha Antibodies for Treatment of Erosive Polyarthritis) 8,808,700 (Use of TNF Alpha Inhibitor for Treatment of Erosive Polyarthritis) 8,883,156 (Purified Antibody Composition) 8,889,136 (Multiple-Variable Dose Regimen for Treating TNF Alpha-Related Disorders) 8,895,009 (Purified Antibody Composition) 8,906,372 (Purified Antibody Composition) 8,906,373 (Use of TNF-Alpha Inhibitor for Treatment of Psoriasis) 8,906,646 (Fed-Batch Method of Making Human Anti-TNF-Alpha Antibody) 8,911,737 (Methods of Administering Anti-TNF Alpha Antibodies) 8,911,964 (Fed-Batch Method of Making Human Anti-TNF-Alpha Antibody) 8,916,153 (Purified Antibody Composition) 8,961,974 (Multiple-Variable Dose Regimen for Treating TNF Alpha-Related Disorders) 8,974,790 (Methods of Administering Anti-TNF Alpha Antibodies) 8,986,693 (Use of TNF Alpha inhibitor for Treatment of Psoriasis) 8,992,926 (Methods of Administering Anti-TNF Alpha Antibodies) 8,999,337 (Methods for Treating Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis by Inhibition of TNF Alpha) 9,061,005 (Multiple-Variable Dose Regimen for Treating Idiopathic Inflammatory Bowel Disease) 9,062,106 (Methods for Controlling the Galactosylation Profile of Recombinantly-Expressed Proteins) 9,067,992 (Use of TNF Alpha Inhibitor for Treatment of Psoriatic Arthritis) 9,085,618 (Low Acidic Species Compositions and Methods for Producing and Using the Same) 9,085,620 (Use of TNF Alpha Inhibitor for Treatment of Psoriatic Arthritis) 9,090,688 (Methods for Controlling the Galactosylation Profile of Recombinantly-Expressed Proteins) 9,090,689 (Use of TNF Alpha Inhibitor for Treatment of Psoriasis) 9,090,867 (Fed-Batch Method of Making Anti-TNF-Alpha Antibody) 9,096,666 (Purified Antibody Composition) 9,102,723 (Purified Antibody Composition) 9,150,645 (Cell Culture Methods to Reduce Acidic Species) 9,181,337 (Modulated Lysine Variant Species Compositions and Methods for Producing and Using the Same) 9,181,572 (Methods to Modulate Lysine Variant Distribution) 9,187,559 (Multiple-Variable Dose Regimen for Treating Idiopathic Inflammatory Bowel Disease) 9,234,032 (Fed-Batch Methods for Producing Adalimumab) 9,266,949 (Low Acidic Species Compositions and Methods for Producing and Using the Same) 9,273,132 (Purified Antibody Composition) 9,284,370 (Methods for Treating Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis) 9,284,371 (Methods for Producing Adalimumab) 9,290,568 (Methods to Control Protein Heterogeneity) 9,315,574 (Low Acidic Species Compositions and Methods for Producing and Using the Same) 9,328,165 (Purified Antibody Composition) 9,334,319 (Low Acidic Species Compositions) 9,339,610 (Removal of Needle Shield from Syringes and Automatic Injection Devices) 9,346,879 (Protein Purification Methods to Reduce Acidic Species) 9,359,434 (Cell Culture Methods to Reduce Acidic Species) 9,499,614 (Methods for Modulating Protein Glycosylation Profiles of Recombinant Protein Therapeutics Using Monosaccharides and Oligosaccharides) 9,499,616 (Modulated Lysine Variant Species Compositions and Methods for Producing and Using the Same) 9,505,834 (Methods for Controlling the Galactosylation Profile of Recombinantly-Expressed Proteins) 9,512,216 (Use of TNF Alpha Inhibitor) 9,522,953 (Low Acidic Species Compositions and Methods for Producing and Using the Same) 9,546,212 (Methods of Administering Anti-TNF Alpha Antibodies) 9,550,826 (Glycoengineered Binding Protein Compositions) 9,624,295 (Uses and Compositions for Treatment of Psoriatic Arthritis) 9,669,093 (Methods for Treating Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis) 9,683,033 (Cell Culture Methods to Reduce Acidic Species) 9,708,400 (Methods to Modulate Lysine Variant Distribution) 9,957,318 (Protein Purification Methods to Reduce Acidic Species)

Plaintiffs
AbbVie Biotechnology Ltd.; AbbVie Inc.

Defendants
Alvotech hf.

Status
Case Ongoing

BPCIA
Y

U.S. Patent Nos.
8,420,081 (Antibody Formulations and Methods of Making Same) 8,926,975 (Method of Treating Ankylosing Spondylitis) 8,961,973 (Multiple-Variable Dose Regimen for Treating TNF-Alpha-Related Disorders) 9,085,619 (Anti-TNF Antibody Formulations)

Plaintiffs
Alvotech USA Inc.; Alvotech hf.

Defendants
AbbVie Biotechnology Ltd.; AbbVie Inc.

Status
Case Ongoing

BPCIA
N

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