A medical technology subsidiary of Siemens has settled a lawsuit against a former vice president, which it accused of stealing trade secrets related to heart catheter devices.
Philips was not anti-competitive when it refused a medical equipment maintenance company access to its software for ultrasound machines but did misuse its copyright, the US District Court for the Western District of Washington has ruled.
The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit rejected GlaxoSmithKline’s challenge of a $107 million verdict which found the drugmaker had infringed a dry-powder inhaler patent.
A subsidiary of Siemens AG has accused a former vice president of stealing trade secrets related to heart catheter devices to assist his new employer, NuVera Medical, in developing a rival product.
American healthcare multinational Baxter has accused B.Braun of patent infringement and fraudulent misrepresentation in an on-going dispute over products used to treat acute kidney injury.
The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has cancelled a lower court ruling holding that a Bard patent for vascular access device was both not infringed and patent-ineligible.
US federal agencies are to step up their cooperation on stemming the flow of counterfeit drugs, medical devices, and dietary supplements into the country through the international mail system.
Health technology company Philips has accused Boston Scientific of infringing six patents through the sale of its Polaris guidance system and related medical devices.
Pennsylvania-based E A Fischione Instruments has taken a rival lab instrument manufacturer to court over the alleged theft of trade secrets related to specimen holders for transmission electron microscopes.
A Minnesota judge has approved an agreement between 3M and a former Marine, resolving a price-gouging dispute over N95 masks.