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Illumina and Sequenom take on Ariosa in DNA patent infringement case


Illumina and Sequenom have filed a patent infringement case against Ariosa Diagnostics for a patent covering DNA testing in pregnant women.

Federal Circuit affirms PTAB’s rejection of dog mobility patent


The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has confirmed that individuals need not have contributed equally to be considered joint inventors of patentable subject matter, in a case involving a dog mobility device.

EpiPen patent revoked in Europe


The European Patent Office has revoked a patent covering Mylan’s EpiPen injector after finding that patent amendments contravened the European Patent Convention (EPC).

Barnes & Thornburg welcomes life sciences IP litigator


Barnes & Thornburg has welcomed David Kelly as a partner to its IP department.

EU court denies Genomic Health TM appeal


Genomic Health, a California-based company that focuses on genetic research in cancer detection, has failed to overturn a trademark decision in Europe.

Federal Circuit revives laches patent suit


The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has revived a patent infringement dispute involving a former subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson and Medinol, a company that focuses on cardiovascular intervention.

Bracco Diagnostics files imaging tech complaint at USITC


Imaging technology company Bracco Diagnostics has accused a radiopharmaceutical company’s image generator of patent infringement, according to a complaint at the US International Trade Commission.

Premaitha Health suffers blow at English High Court


The English High Court has rejected molecular diagnostics company Premaitha Health’s attempt to stop a patent infringement claim.

J&J plans to sell LifeScan for $2.1bn


Johnson & Johnson has revealed plans to sell LifeScan, its blood glucose monitoring unit, for $2.1 billion.

Alphabet, Apple and Microsoft filed 300+ healthcare patents since 2013


Technology companies Alphabet, Apple and Microsoft filed applications for 313 US healthcare patents between 2013 and 2017, according to a report issued by professional services firm Ernst & Young.

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