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Biomet v. Medtronic

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Santa Ana, Calif. federal court trial to determine damages Medtronic must pay Biomet is scheduled for next February. The court issued a permanent injunction order against Medtronic Oct. 13. Effective Jan. 3, the action impacts Medtronic's MAS, Vertex, M8, M10, Sextant and Legacy polyaxial screws. Biomet is pushing for a Dec. 13 summary judgment on additional screws...

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