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Catheter patent

WASHINGTON — A federal appeals court revived Niazi Licensing Corporation’s claims alleging that St. Jude Medical infringed a patent for a catheter used for treating heart failure. The lower court improperly determined that the terms “resilient” and “pliable” rendered much of the patent invalid as indefinite, the panel ruled.

Read the opinion here.

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