Device makers could see a drop in patent lawsuits, experts say

03/19/2008 | FDAnews

Medical-device makers are expected to face fewer patent suits as they become more knowledgeable on patenting issues, a patent lawyer said. By not patenting early-stage technologies, startup firms are trying to avoid becoming the targets of litigation, he noted.

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