Bloomberg Law
March 29, 2021, 5:58 PM

Arthrex Beats Patent-Infringement Claim on Wrist-Plating System

Christopher Yasiejko
Christopher Yasiejko
Bloomberg Editorial

Arthrex’s wrist-plating system doesn’t infringe a TriMed patent for the technology, used to fix fractures of bones near the base of the hand, a judge in Delaware ruled.

  • Closely held TriMed agreed during a March 9 teleconference that under the court’s “proposed revised construction” of language in the asserted patent, TriMed “did not present evidence at trial to satisfy its burden of proof on infringement,” according to an opinion issued Monday in federal court in Wilmington
    • Arthrex agreed during the March 9 teleconference that, if the court were to revise its interpretation of the patent’s language and a finding ...

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