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Fed Circ upholds challenge to J&J robot patent

US24-08-2021Alex Baldwin

The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has invalidated more claims of a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary’s surgical robot patent following a cross-appeal of a Patent Trial and Appeal Board decision.

Zimmer Biomet launches TM suit over dental implants

US12-08-2021Alex Baldwin

Zimmer Biomet is suing rival dental implant manufacturer Integrated Dental Systems, claiming that it markets “cheap” replacement parts for Zimmer’s implant systems.

Brazil passes compulsory licence bill for COVID-19 vaccines

Brazil12-08-2021Alex Baldwin

The Brazilian Senate Plenary has approved a bill that will allow President Bolsonaro to waive patent protections for COVID-19 vaccines.

7th Circuit won’t overturn spinal implant injunction

US10-08-2021Alex Baldwin

The US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit has upheld a preliminary injunction from an Illinois court that blocked medical device maker Aegis Spine from selling its spinal implant.

Cannabis awards organisers locked in TM suit

US20-07-2021Alex Baldwin

A Cannabis industry event company has filed a counterclaim suit to invalidate trademarks held by a competitor, who has accused them of unfair competition.

Barnes & Thornburg adds life science talent to its Boston IP practice

US16-07-2021Alex Baldwin

Barnes & Thornburg has added three new life science IP lawyers to the firm’s new Boston office.

English court says Roche did not infringe insulin pump patents

UK13-07-2021Alex Baldwin

The English High Court has cleared Roche of patent infringement claims over its line of insulin pumps but shot down the pharma giant’s attempt to invalidate the plaintiff’s patent.

Masimo wants ITC to block Apple watches


Masimo wants to bar Apple from selling the Apple Watch Series 6, alleging the mobile manufacturer infringed five of its blood pressure monitoring patents.

English High Court strikes out bad faith ‘Revolax’ TM

UK24-06-2021Rory O'Neill

A Warrington-based distributor of aesthetic and cosmetic products has lost its UK trademark for a dermal filler brand after the English High Court found it to have registered the brand in bad faith.

Philips settles ultrasound copyright claims

US27-05-2021Rory O'Neill

Philips has settled trade secrets and copyright claims against a medical imaging company, having already survived accusations of breaching antitrust law.

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