S&N wins round in patent row with Arthrex
This article was originally published in Clinica
A US district court has barred privately-held orthopaedic company Arthrex from making or selling four lines of suture anchors, after ruling that the products infringed a patent licensed exclusively to Smith & Nephew by the inventor.
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