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Federal Circuit: Not all mechanical medical devices are so predictable that disclosing a single example in a patent application supports broad patent protection

  • 01.08.14
  • Kyle E. Conklin and David K.S. Cornwell
  • Bloomberg BNA's Medical Devices law & Industry Report

Kyle E. Conklin and David K.S. Cornwell published an article in Bloomberg BNA's Medical Devices Law & Industry Report entitled "Federal Circuit: Not all mechanical medical devices are so predictable that disclosing a single example in a patent application supports broad patent protection." The article discusses the recent Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit decision in Synthes USA, LLC v. Spinal Kinetics, which addresses broad claims in medical device patent.

To read the full article, download the attached PDF.

Also, find the story on Bloomberg Law here.

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