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Here's a look at some of the top legal news stories for medical device companies this week: ArthroCare ex-CEO faces 30-year sentence for fraud; Shareholders sue Edap following FDA slip; Ex-sales rep wins class action status in lawsuit against Stryker; Another Covidien shareholder sues over Medtronic deal; Respiratory rivals ResMed, BMC each tally wins in Trade Commission ruling
Kona Medical announces the launch of a clinical trial for its non-invasive Surround Sound renal denervation device for treating hypertension.
Kona Medical said this week that it's launched a clinical trial of the non-invasive renal denervation device for treating hypertension it calls Surround Sound.
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Boston Scientific reportedly wins the 2nd bellwether trial over its Obtryx pelvic mesh device, a month after winning the 1st personal injury case to go to trial over its transvaginal sling devices.
Massachusetts Congressional challenger Seth Moulton vows to fight against the medical device tax, putting fellow Democrat and long-time House incumbent John Tierney on blast.
The medical device tax has long been a rallying point for lawmakers on the right, but the levy is making a cameo appearance in a fight among Democrats looking to represent Massachusetts' 6th District.
Johnson & Johnson puts its Cordis vascular device business on the auction block after years of sluggish growth.
Healthcare giant Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) is looking to divest its Cordis business after years of lackluster sales for the company's stents, catheters and other vascular devices, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal.
Arthrex outbids nearly 60 competitors to win a contract with the U.S. Defense Dept. that's worth $255 million.
Arthrex won a Pentagon contract worth $255 million, beating out nearly 60 other bidders for the deal, the U.S. Defense Dept. said yesterday.
The 5-year base contract for "medical items and accessories" went through a competitive bidding process that included bids from 57 other companies, the Pentagon said.