Titan Spine appoints Cheney as veep of GC
Titan Spine said last week it picked Ragan Chene as its new vice president of general counsel.
“Titan is at a point in its evolution where it is necessary to employ someone of Ragan’s caliber. We have worked hard to create a vast library of groundbreaking scientific data on how to promote the natural production of bone through the regenerative properties of our interbody implants. In recent years, we have certainly noticed how much of our data has been repurposed by others to make false claims about their implant technologies. One of Ragan’s responsibilities will be to defend the integrity of our science and the intellectual property behind it. We welcome Ragan to our team and look forward to her contributions in protecting Titan Spine’s most critical assets,” CEO Peter Ullrich said in a prepared statement.
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