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Mr. Fischer received his J.D. from the University of Southern California. During law school, he worked in the USC IP and Tech clinic.
Before attending law school, Mr. Fischer attended the University of Illinois and received a B.S. in Materials Science Engineering with concentrations in biomaterials and polymers. Mr. Fischer also worked in the Materials Lab at FermiLab.
Mr. Fischer worked as a summer associate at the firm in 2010 and joined the firm as an associate in 2011. Click here to read full bio
For opponents of the 2.3 percent medical device tax, it looked like the repeal/replacement of the Affordable Care Act would alleviate their concerns. However, following the failure of repeal legislation that would have killed off,
It has been a busy couple of months between Medtronic and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), with Medtronic experiencing both recalls and approvals from the government agency. Below is a brief summary of some recent of Medtronic’s
With the upcoming Republican-dominated Presidency and Congress in 2017, the Affordable Care Act, or at least parts of it, look to be on the chopping block. One of the changes that may be forthcoming is a repeal of the 2.3% medical device
Isto Holdings, the parent company of Isto Technologies, has acquired Massachusetts based Arteriocyte Medical Systems Inc. and the two companies will be combined under the name Isto Biologics under the current CEO of Isto Technologies,
The FDA has just released draft guidance for unique device identifiers (UDIs) tracking medical devices from their manufacturers to the end users. Specifically, the FDA is providing guidance to device the content and form of UDIs that
A burst of potential acquisitions and consolidations occurred on April 28th in the medical device world, the largest being Abbott Laboratories‘ deal to acquire St. Jude Medical Inc. The deal is for $25 billion dollars and would bring
Fitbit, Inc., a manufacturer of wearable health technology, is involved in a national class action lawsuit filed on January 5, 2016 in the Northern District of California over two of its wristbands, the Charge HR and the Surge, based
According to PRNewswire, Edwards Lifesciences Corporation recently completed its acquisition of CardiAQ Valve Technologies, Inc, a developer of transcatheter mitral valve replacement systems, which follows from Edwards’
University of Wisconsin-Madison alums, Dr. James Berbee and Karen Walsh, have agreed to a five-year, $300,000 gift to the Morgridge Institute for Research through their Berbee Walsh Foundation. According to the press release, their
Following up on the hearing from B. Braun Medical Inc. advocating for the repeal of the medical device tax, according to news sources, more than a dozen House Democrats are pressuring leadership to advance a bill repealing ObamaCare’s
The medical device market is expanding into more private healthcare products in hopes of bringing healthcare directly to the user. For example, the increase in popularity of wearable diagnostic devices, such as FitBit, and
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