Category: Johnson & Johnson
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.
The FDA puts its highest-risk Class I label on the recall of DePuy Synthes' jaw stabilizing system over a defect that may result in injury or death in infants.
FDA regulators put their highest-risk Class I label on the recall of DePuy Synthes' Craniomaxillofacial Distraction System after the company reported 15 injuries associated with the jaw implant.
A federal judge agrees to toss a lawsuit filed against Johnson & Johnson's Biosense Webster by a former sales rep and her new employer, St. Jude Medical.
Sens. Chuck Schumer and Kristen Gillibrand plan to ask the FDA to push medical device companies to pull power morcellators off the U.S. market, after the hysterectomy devices were implicated in spreading uterine cancers.
The U.S. Senate delegation from New York want to see power morcellators, which have been linked to the spread of undiagnosed uterine cancer, pulled from the U.S. market, the Wall Street Journal reported last night.
Here's a look at some of the top legal news stories for medical device companies this week: Another Covidien shareholder sues to block Medtronic merger; Ex-Integra sales rep, manager cop to $800k hospital fraud scheme; Diabetes: Medtronic, Johnson & Johnson settle patent spat; Stryker settles hip implant suit against J&J's DePuy; Appeals court reverses Medtronic's win in Lenox bone mill spat
Wright Medical Group Inc.
, Zimmer Holdings
, DePuy Synthes
, Integra LifeSciences Corp.
, Johnson & Johnson
, Lenox MacLaren Surgical Corp.
, Smith & Nephew
, Stryker Corp.
Stryker Corp. settles a patent infringement lawsuit filed against Johnson & Johnson's DePuy Orthopaedics division; co-defendants Wright Medical, Zimmer Holdings and Smith & Nephew move to have their cases tossed as well.
Medtronic and Johnson & Johnson agree to a confidential settlement of a patent infringement lawsuit brought by Medtronic MiniMed against J&J's Animas division.