Jury Backs C.R. Bard In AngioDynamics Antitrust Case
A New York jury found for C.R. Bard in an antitrust case brought by competitor AngioDynamics, who said that the way Bard packaged its catheter tip location systems preloaded into central lines was anti-competitive.
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