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Prior to joining the firm, he has worked at General Electric for five years as an embedded systems software engineer. In his engineering role, he designed and programmed inter-device communications, device drivers, interfaces, complex signal processing filters, and more contributing on both the hardware and software fronts. He helped GE launch numerous high-profile and successful products.
During law school, David was a member of BU-MIT Entrepreneurship and IP Clinic and assisted student entrepreneurs in obtaining IP protections and counseling about legal ramifications of their business decisions.
Medtronic announced FDA approval and U.S. launch of its Intellis Platform for the management of certain types of chronic intractable pain. According to Medtronic, the Intellis platform features the world’s smallest implantable spinal
Fitbit recently announced plans to build sleep apnea diagnostics into its wrist-worn activity tracking devices, stating that it expects do so within a year. If successful, Fitbit may be able to address a market that is expected to have $6.7
Medtronic recently announced that its Melody® Transcatheter Pulmonary Valve (TPV) is the first transcatheter pulmonary valve to receive FDA approval for implantation in patients with failed surgical bioprosthetic pulmonary
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently confirmed that the Parallel Review program (first announced in 2010 and most recently extended until December 18, 2015) will be made permanent. This program allows for medical
The Los Angeles Times reports that in recent years, several devices, including certain reusable medical scopes, metal-on-metal hip replacements, transvaginal meshes, and lead wires in heart defibrillators have been recalled. Most
According to a recent press release, Colorado Springs-based Spectranetics announced that it has received FDA 510(k) clearance for its Turbo-Power™ Laser Atherectomy Catheter, a peripheral atherectomy product used to treat in-stent