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Public Health England enters R&D partnership with Enesi Pharma


UK governmental agency Public Health England has entered into a research and development partnership with UK-based pharmaceutical company Enesi Pharma.

President and managing partner of Moore & Hansen join Dykema


Dykema has strengthened its Minneapolis, Minnesota office with the addition of two lawyers from  Moore & Hansen as senior counsel.

USITC to investigate Fisher & Paykel at ResMed’s request


The US International Trade Commission yesterday announced that it will launch a patent infringement investigation into medical device maker Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, based in New Zealand.

Eversheds’ IP head in Brussels joins Crowell & Moring


Crowell & Moring has welcomed Gunther Meyer, who previously led the Brussels IP group at Eversheds Sutherland, as a senior counsel in the firm’s IP group.

Roche diabetes app accused of patent infringement


US-based Encoditech yesterday accused a Roche subsidiary of infringing a patent related to wireless communication.

J&J to acquire maker of 3D-printed spinal implants


Johnson & Johnson announced this week that its subsidiary J&J Medical has acquired Emerging Implant Technologies (EIT) for an undisclosed amount.

Nutter adds co-chairs of IP and life sciences


Boston-based Nutter McClennen & Fish has added a team of IP professionals: three partners, two of counsels, one associate, and one technical specialist.

Fisher & Paykel files USITC complaint against ResMed


Medical device maker Fisher & Paykel Healthcare filed a complaint with the US International Trade Commission yesterday against rival ResMed.

Morgan Lewis boosts patent practice in California


Morgan Lewis & Bockius has expanded its IP practice by adding a patent prosecution and litigation team of lawyers from McDermott Will & Emery.

J&J medical device unit to pay $8.2m in patent dispute


A Wisconsin jury has concluded that medical device company DePuy Synthes should pay $8.2 million for wilfully infringing an orthopaedic implant patent. 

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