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More than 300 parties barred from selling ‘grey market’ Abbott goods


The US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has affirmed a ruling of a district court in a trademark infringement dispute between Abbott Laboratories and pharmacies, distributors and individuals.

University of California sues St. Jude Medical for patent infringement


The regents of the University of California, the institution’s governing body, has filed a complaint against medical device company St. Jude Medical for allegedly infringing patents covering a method of treating atrial fibrillation.

Varian files non-infringement suit against Swedish cancer company


Varian Medical Systems, a radiation oncology treatments and software maker, has filed a lawsuit seeking a declaratory judgment of non-infringement in a patent dispute with Swedish cancer treatment company Elekta.

Federal Circuit denies Medtronic’s rehearing request in Bosch case


The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit yesterday rejected Medtronic’s petition for a rehearing of a patent case against Bosch.

FDA finances $23m for rare disease research


The US Food and Drug Administration has awarded 21 new clinical trial research grants totalling more than $23 million in order to boost the development of products for patients with rare diseases.

Goodwin hires life sciences lawyer in DC


Law firm Goodwin has hired Scott Lassman to join its Washington, DC office as a partner in the life sciences practice.

Pfizer sells Hospira Infusion to ICU Medical for $1bn


Pfizer has agreed to sell its infusion therapy business to US medical manufacturer ICU Medical for $1 billion.

Enzo sues Hologic for patent infringement


Enzo Life Sciences, a distributor of life sciences products, has filed a complaint against diagnostics supplier Hologic for allegedly infringing a patent centring on several technologies.

White & Case hires former Ropes & Gray partner


Law firm White & Case has hired Charles Larsen as a partner in its global intellectual property practice in Boston.

Europe’s biggest biomedical research institute opens in London


The Francis Crick Institute, Europe’s biggest biomedical research institute, has opened in London.

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