Teva expects the Supreme Court to hear the case in April, a month before the Copaxone patents expire. However, the Supreme Court is unlikely to overturn the ruling by the Federal Circuit of Appeals. In November 2013, the Supreme Court rejected Teva's motion to put a lower court ruling on hold while it decides on Teva's appeal.
Although Copaxone's patents expire in May, companies developing generic versions of the drug will not be able to market them before obtaining approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
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