The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit partly reversed, vacated, and remanded a US International Trade Commission decision in a trade dress dispute on Friday, December 7.
California-based FlexStent accused healthcare company Abbott Laboratories of infringing a stent patent earlier this week, with the filing of a lawsuit at the US District Court for the Central District of California.
The US Food and Drug Administration is set to change the way that medical devices are approved, after 42 years.
Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr has strengthened its Boston office with the addition of two life sciences partners from Hamilton, Brook, Smith & Reynolds.
The EU General Court has upheld a decision to deny Japanese medical device producer Asahi Intecc a trademark for a line of catheters it produces.
Medical device manufacturer Boston Scientific today announced that it will acquire UK-based healthcare company BTG for $4.2 billion.
The speed of technological advancements in the life sciences industry is forcing patent lawyers to consider whether the norms they’re used to dealing with in the profession still apply.
Jordan-based Hikma Pharmaceuticals and British pharmaceutical company Vectura Group have united to develop generic versions of GSK’s Ellipta respiratory products.
A US district court has ordered Australia-based Cochlear to pay $268 million in damages to the Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research and Advanced Bionics.
More than 500 tonnes of illicit pharmaceuticals have been seized worldwide as part of a global operation led by Interpol, as announced on Tuesday.