Medtronic Goes Trolling? Kyphon Patents Are Basis Of New Suits, But Not From Medtronic
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Recently incorporated Orthophoenix, which shares the same Dallas address as IPNav, a company that provides “full-service patent monetization,” is suing six device firms for infringement of the Medtronic kyphoplasty patents it recently acquired.
You may also be interested in...
Biotechnology Industry Organization throws support behind Senate bill’s revisions to the inter partes review process, argues against provisions in House measure.
The firm says the new system will give physicians more options to treat patients with a varying severity of spinal injury.
With recent changes to US patent laws, a landmark US Supreme Court decision, and the emergence of so-called “patent trolls” in the medical device community, it seems everyone is talking patents. Medical device patents and litigation are “booming,” according to industry experts, and medtech companies need to pay close attention.