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J&J to buy surgical robotics company for $3.4bn

US18-02-2019Mergers & acquisitions

Johnson & Johnson has announced plans to strengthen its robotics programme with the addition of Silicon Valley-based Auris Health to its business.

EU court throws out dentistry TM application

EU13-02-2019

The EU General Court has dismissed an appeal from German company Nemius Group against a decision to refuse registration for its ‘Dentaldisk’ mark.

Clarivate announces new Life Science Alliances programme

US12-02-2019

Global information company Clarivate Analytics has launched a “Life Science Alliances Program” to provide drug and medical device developers a new way to advance their research and development.

EU court rules on Swedish medical devices TM dispute

EU, Sweden07-02-2019

The EU General Court today upheld the decision to invalidate a trademark owned by Swemac Innovation, a Swedish medical devices company.

Chinese AI start-up opens R&D centre in Singapore

Singapore01-02-2019

Chinese artificial intelligence start-up Yitu Technology has launched a new research and development centre in Singapore which will focus partly on applying the technology to medical diagnostics.

FDA approved record number of novel devices in 2018

US31-01-2019

A record number of novel devices were approved by the US Food and Drug Administration in 2018, the federal agency has said.

Chinese national jailed for stealing medical devices tech

China30-01-2019

A US district court has sentenced a Chinese national to 27 months in federal prison for the theft of trade secrets from two American medical device manufacturers.

Fed Circuit upholds $23m win for spine surgeon against Medtronic

US25-01-2019

An appeals court has upheld a $23 million damages award for a spine surgeon, after a jury found that medical device company Medtronic had infringed two of his patents.

Life sciences lawyers shocked and concerned amid Brexit uncertainty

UK17-01-2019

Lawyers have told LSIPR they are concerned about the continuing UK political uncertainty having a negative impact on life sciences investment and the Unified Patent Court.

GE Healthcare partners with Vanderbilt University to create AI apps

US17-01-2019

US-based medical technology company GE Healthcare has entered into a five-year partnership with Vanderbilt University Medical Center to develop cancer immunotherapies using artificial intelligence.

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