In Cephalon, Inc. v. Sandoz Inc., C.A. No. 10-123-SLR (D. Del. May 5, 2011), an ANDA case, Cephalon filed a motion to stay pending its appeal of related litigation. In the related case, involving the same patents, the court found that the defendant did not infringe and that the patents were invalid. Id. at 2. Judge Robinson determined that a stay was appropriate because, among other things, Sandoz’s 30-month stay was set to expire in July 2012, which would likely occur after the Federal Circuit disposed of the appeal. Id. at 4. “If the Federal Circuit affirms the court’s invalidity holding, there is no reason for trial and the expenses related thereto.” Id. Judge Robinson found that Sandoz would not be prejudiced because, among other things, it could not enter the marketplace prior to July 2012. Id.