US judge dismisses FTC (Federal Trade Commission) fraud case against VISX
This article was originally published in Clinica
A US judge has ordered the dismissal of the Federal Trade Commission's patent fraud case against ophthalmic laser company VISX. The ruling supports an earlier decision where the judge had found in favour of VISX regarding three patents. Shares in VISX rose over 27% on the news.
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