MASSDEVICE ON CALL — Conceptus (NSDQ:CPTS) intends to pursue an injunction against Hologic (NSDQ:HOLX) on the face of a recent legal win.
Earlier this week, a California jury awarded Conceptus $19 million and a 20 percent royalty in a patent spat over female sterilization technology.
The jury found that Hologic’s Adiana permanent contraception system infringed Conceptus’ patents for its Essure system.
Conceptus announced that it will seek an injunction to prevent Hologic from importing, using, selling or offering its system in the U.S., according to documents filed with the SEC.
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