Novo Nordisk and Becton Dickinson settle needle dispute
This article was originally published in Clinica
A patent infringement lawsuit that began in December 1996 has been settled out of court after Novo Nordisk lost its appeal against a ruling in favour of Becton Dickinson made by a New York Federal District Court two years ago.
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