FDAnews Device Daily Bulletin

BOSTON SCIENTIFIC SAYS COURT UPHOLDS TWO JURY DECISIONS IN PATENT CASE WITH JOHNSON & JOHNSON

May 15, 2006
A A

Boston Scientific Corp. announced that the U.S. District Court in Delaware issued a ruling upholding two jury decisions in a patent case with Johnson & Johnson. One jury had found that the company's Express and Taxus Express products infringed one Johnson & Johnson (J&J) stent patent and that the Liberte product infringed the same patent and an additional J&J stent patent. A different jury found that J&'Js BX Velocity and Cypher products infringed a stent patent of Boston Scientific. Both juries found each party's patents valid.
Trading Markets Live