Abbott v. Selfcare, J&J
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Executive SummaryBoston federal court denies Abbott's motion for preliminary injunction in its blood glucose test strip patent infringement suit against Selfcare and Johnson & Johnson's Lifescan subsidiary. Abbott filed suit in October 1998 seeking damages and an injunction against U.S. sales of disposable test strips made by Selfcare and supplied to LifeScan for use in its Fastake blood glucose monitoring system
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