J&J's Patent Suit Against Boston Scientific Heads To Jury
In closing arguments, Patterson Belknap partner Gregory Diskant told the jury that Johnson & Johnson’s groundbreaking invention of stenting technology “revolutionized cardiology.”
Diskant claimed Boston Scientific sought a “free ride” on his client's stent innovations by using the technology without permission since 1995.
“You have to pay for the ideas you take,”Diskant said.
Kirkland & Ellis partner John Desmarais, who...
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