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J&J/Boston Scientific stent patent suit update

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Federal appeals court upholds lower court ruling that Johnson & Johnson's Cypher and Bx Velocity stent systems infringe a valid Boston Scientific patent, and that Boston Scientific's Taxus, Express and Liberte stents infringe a valid J&J patent. Liberte also infringes a second valid J&J patent, the court affirmed. However, the court also overturned an infringement ruling against Liberte. "Damages will be determined in a future court proceeding," Boston Scientific notes in a March 31 release
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