Law firm Burns & Levinson has expanded its intellectual property practice with the hire of life sciences attorneys John Hamilton and Gabriel Goldman.
Law firm Fish & Richardson has added patent attorney Lisa Chiarini to its intellectual property litigation group.
The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has again found a patent covering a heart rate monitor to be valid, reversing and remanding a district court’s decision for further consideration in the long-running Biosig v Nautilus case.
Law firm Latham & Watkins has added to its Washington, DC office with the appointment of patent litigator Casey Dwyer as partner.
A judge at the US District Court for the District of Delaware has issued a preliminary injunction against CryoLife, finding that the medical device maker’s PerClot Topical haemostatic powder infringes rival company C R Bard’s patent.