Visx wins patent ruling against Nidek in Japan
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Tokyo District Court has ruled in favour of US company Visx in patent litigation with Japanese company Nidek in a case involving excimer lasers for eye surgery. The court held that Nidek's patent No 2809959 ('959) was invalid and therefore unenforceable.
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