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NuVasive settles patent dispute with Medtronic

US01-07-2016

NuVasive, a medical device company focused on spinal surgery, has agreed to settle its patent dispute with Medtronic.

BIO lends support to Clinton patent agenda

US30-06-2016

The Biotechnology Innovation Organisation has welcomed Hillary Clinton’s plans to improve the US’s patent system.

US Supreme Court to review Promega v LifeTech patent case

US28-06-2016

The US Supreme Court announced yesterday that it has agreed to hear a patent infringement case between Promega and Life Technologies centring on DNA testing kits used to analyse genetic differences between people.

US Supreme Court denies review of Ariosa v Sequenom

US27-06-2016

The US Supreme Court has today made its decision to deny a review of the patent dispute between Sequenom and Ariosa Diagnostics over a patent covering pre-natal testing.

Oxford Immunotec acquires Imugen for $22.2m cash

EU, UK, US27-06-2016

UK-based diagnostics company Oxford Immunotec has announced that it will acquire Imugen, a US clinical laboratory, for $22.2 million in cash.

EPO expects unitary patent ratification despite ‘Brexit’

EU, UK24-06-2016

The European Patent Office has said that it expects a solution will be found to allow the implementation of the unitary patent despite the referendum result.

Life Sciences Law Forum 2016: The practicalities of litigating disputes

UK24-06-2016

The practicalities of litigating disputes were discussed yesterday in the session “Collaboration agreements – What are the best jurisdictions to resolve disputes” at the Life Sciences Law Forum 2016 in London.

US Supreme Court set to consider Ariosa v Sequenom

US23-06-2016

The US Supreme Court is set to consider today whether to take on a long running patent dispute between Sequenom and Ariosa Diagnostics centring on pre-natal testing.

Allen & Overy hires partner in London

UK10-06-2016

Law firm Allen & Overy has hired Marjan Noor as a partner in the firm’s intellectual property practice in London.

Fox Rothschild adds three partners in New York

US02-06-2016

Law firm Fox Rothschild has hired Patrick Birde, Deborah Somerville and Christopher Glynn as partners in the firm’s intellectual property practice.

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