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Centocor v. Abbott: In June 2009, Centocor won a $1.67 billion judgment against Abbott based on the jury's findings that Abbott's arthritis treatment Humira infringes Centocor's U.S. Patent No. 7,070,775. In a post-trial verdict, Judge Ward has rejected Abbott's defenses of inequitable conduct and laches. An appeal to the Federal Circuit will follow. [MCSmith][Patently-O Discussion of the Verdict].
Medela v. Kinetic Concepts: The Supreme Court has rejected Medela's petition for certiorari. The petition challenged the notion that a jury should decide the legal question of obviousness. [Supreme Court Docket]