Appeals court rules in favor of Abbott in patent suit

04/2/2013 | MassDevice.com (Boston)

A federal appeals court ruled in favor of Abbott in a patent infringement case with Cordis, a Johnson & Johnson unit, regarding drug-eluting stent technology. The court upheld a lower court's decision to nullify two subpoenas sought by Cordis to find proof of its allegation that Abbott copied the stent patents.

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