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UK shares Brexit implementation plans for life sciences

EU, UK06-08-2018

The UK government today published four documents about how Brexit will impact the operations and regulatory status of life sciences companies.

DNA from tomatoes could prevent counterfeit breast implants, say researchers


German scientists claim to have developed a way of identifying counterfeit breast implants by using DNA sequences from tomatoes.

Morgan Lewis strengthens team with seven McDermott partners


Morgan Lewis & Bockius has boosted its IP litigation team with the addition of seven partners from McDermott Will & Emery who have experience in the life sciences and technology industries.

King & Spalding adds another patent lawyer from Paul Hastings


Vanessa Yen has joined King & Spalding's trial and global disputes practice group as a partner after leaving Paul Hastings.

Sun Pharma unit bolsters patent suit with trade secrets claims

India, US12-07-2018

Dusa Pharmaceuticals, a subsidiary of India-based generic drug maker Sun Pharma, has accused dermatology-focused company Biofrontera of misappropriating trade secrets.

US tariffs on med tech prevent patient access: trade association

China, US09-07-2018

A medical technology trade association has warned that the US tariffs recently implemented in response to Chinese IP theft may hinder patient access to life-saving technologies.

Novartis launches Nerve platform to harness ‘data revolution’


Novartis has created a platform called Nerve Live that will tap into its “huge data pool” in order to aid drug development.

Life sciences analytics providers combine in $195m deal

US13-06-2018Mergers & acquisitions

Clinical technology company Medidata has bought Shyft Analytics, a cloud data analytics platform, for $195 million.

Federal Circuit dismisses attorneys’ fees appeal


An Indiana district court did not abuse its discretion in denying attorneys’ fees to medical device company Cook Medical, the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit said yesterday in a precedential decision.

USITC to investigate cholesterol testing strips


The US International Trade Commission announced yesterday that it will investigate certain blood cholesterol testing systems and strips after receiving a complaint from Polymer Technology System. 

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