Genmab says new arbitration builds on a straightforward question

”I think this is a much simpler case than the first arbitration,” says Genmab CEO Jan van de Winkel on the new legal suit brought against Janssen, which stems from a fight Genmab has already lost once.

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Having lost an arbitration case against its partner Janssen in April, Genmab chose to bring a new suit against the company based on the earlier ruling.

The Danish biotech company’s chief executive, Jan van de Winkel, chooses his words carefully when commenting on the legal strife and the time horizon for when he expects it to conclude, although the legal question itself is easier to speak about:

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