Arthrex has served a new patent infringement lawsuit against Smith & Nephew and its wholly-owned subsidiary, ArthroCare, Corporation, relating to Arthrex’s knotless anchor technology
Arthrex has enhanced its position in provision of orthopaedic surgical technologies with the signing of a deal that sees it gain exclusive rights to the Cartiform chondral allograft.
Arthrex relies on surgeon training in “wet labs” as a major tool in its marketing mix. Now the company has overcome objection from locals in Vail and gained permission to finish building such a facility.
The ongoing legal dispute between Smith & Nephew and Arthrex Inc relating to patent infringement claims, has been thrown out on appeal by a US Judge.
Kensey Nash Corporation has been awarded a two-year, $1.9 million grant to investigate the use of a bioadhesive surgical mesh for applications in tendon repair procedures.
Arthrex has announced plans for significant expansion in two Florida Counties
Smith & Nephew, Inc., Endoscopy Division, has announced that the company has filed a patent
infringement lawsuit in US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas against privately-held Arthrex, Inc. relating to Endobutton patents