J&J Did Not Infringe Stent Patents, Judge Says

A federal judge has found that Johnson & Johnson's Cypher did not infringe patents held by Boston Scientific covering the way stents are coated, Bloomberg News reports. U.S. District Judge Sue Robinson in Wilmington, DE granted J&J's request for a judgment before trial. Boston Scientific is considering its next move.

April 6, 2007

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J&J Did Not Infringe Stent Patents, Judge Says

A federal judge has found that Johnson & Johnson's Cypher did not infringe patents held by Boston Scientific covering the way stents are coated, Bloomberg News reports. U.S. District Judge Sue Robinson in Wilmington, DE granted J&J's request for a judgment before trial. Boston Scientific is considering its next move.

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