Category: Legal News
A federal judge in Delaware upholds a $467 million verdict for Masimo in a patent infringement spat with Royal Philips over pulse oximetry technology.
A federal appeals court will not re-hear a decision dismissing a lawsuit filed over the alleged off-label use of Medtronic’s InFuse bone-growth protein.
Here's a look at some of the top legal news stories for medical device companies this week: Boston Scientific challenges Nevro patent; Boston Scientific settles mesh lawsuit; Feds clear Masimo in Pronto, Pronto-7 probe; Seattle hospital joins 'superbug' suit against Olympus; Siemens settles federal beef for $6m
A former sales rep for Covidien's vascular business in Southern California accuses the company of firing him for blowing the whistle on an alleged kickbacks scheme.
A former sales rep for Covidien's vascular business accused the company of wrongful termination after it fired him for blowing the whistle to the FBI on an alleged kickbacks scheme.
Federal prosecutors charge a former JP Morgan executive and his father with insider trading based on information gleaned from a spate of medtech mergers.
Federal prosecutors in New York this week charged a father-and-son team with insider trading connected with a spate of mergers in the medical device arena.
, Becton Dickinson & Co.
, CareFusion Corp.
, Hologic Inc.
, INC Research Inc.
, JP Morgan Chase
, Kendle International Inc.
, Kinetic Concepts Inc.
, Perella Weinberg Partners
, Gen-Probe Inc.
The U.S. imaging business at Siemens agrees to pay nearly $6 million to settle federal charges that it overbilled the U.S. Defense Dept.
A division of Siemens (NYSE:SI) last week agreed to pay $5.9 million, but admitted no wrongdoing, to settle federal charges that it overbilled the U.S. Defense Dept.
Federal prosecutors in California clear Masimo and its employees after a year-long probe into its Pronto and Pronto-7 patient monitoring devices.
Masimo (NSDQ:MASI) said yesterday that federal prosecutors cleared the company and its employees in a probe launched last year into some of its patient monitoring devices.