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.
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 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.
The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit yesterday rejected Medtronic’s petition for a rehearing of a patent case against Bosch.
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.
Law firm Goodwin has hired Scott Lassman to join its Washington, DC office as a partner in the life sciences practice.
Pfizer has agreed to sell its infusion therapy business to US medical manufacturer ICU Medical for $1 billion.
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.
Law firm White & Case has hired Charles Larsen as a partner in its global intellectual property practice in Boston.
The Francis Crick Institute, Europe’s biggest biomedical research institute, has opened in London.