Wright wins knee device patent suit
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
U.S. District Court of New Jersey rules in favor of Wright Medical in a patent infringement case brought by Howmedica Osteonics on the grounds that Howmedica's artificial knee prosthesis patent, designed to allow the knee to bend in a range consistent with normal daily activities, was invalid. The district court granted Wright's motion for summary judgment on Nov. 24
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