NuVasive, a medical device company focused on spinal surgery, has agreed to settle its patent dispute with Medtronic.
The Biotechnology Innovation Organisation has welcomed Hillary Clinton’s plans to improve the US’s patent system.
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.
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.
UK-based diagnostics company Oxford Immunotec has announced that it will acquire Imugen, a US clinical laboratory, for $22.2 million in cash.
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.
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.
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.
Law firm Allen & Overy has hired Marjan Noor as a partner in the firm’s intellectual property practice in London.
Law firm Fox Rothschild has hired Patrick Birde, Deborah Somerville and Christopher Glynn as partners in the firm’s intellectual property practice.