The Danish Supreme Court upheld the Maritime and Commercial Court’s decision revoking an injunction against Teva issued by the Danish High Court. The Supreme Court ruled that a condition for the grant of an injunction is that it is “established or rendered probable” that the defendant will carry out the exact actions which are sought prohibited by the injunction (cf. Danish Admin.of Justice Act § 642(2)). It must either be established or rendered probable that the defendant will carry out the actions in suit within a very short period of time, unless an injunction is granted.

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