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Nathan Reeves
Nathan Reeves
Nathan Reeves is an associate in our Seattle office. He practices intellectual property law, with an emphasis on litigation.

Mr. Reeves received his Bachelor's degrees from Walla Walla University, where he also conducted research in materials science. Mr. Reeves received his J.D. from Harvard Law School, where he worked as a clinical intern in the school's Cyberlaw Clinic and as Managing Editor of the Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy.

Mr. Reeves joined the firm in 2015. He has experience representing clients in fields ranging from software and web services, to satellite communications, to media and entertainment.
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FDA to Create New Digital Health Unit

The FDA has announced that it will create a new unit responsible for overseeing digital health products.  According to Bakul Patel, the Associate Center Director for Digital Health at FDA, the agency is working to define “what clinical

Medical Device Manufacturers’ Duty to Warn Expands

The Washington State Supreme Court recently released its decision in Taylor v. Intuitive Surgical, Inc. where it held that Washington law requires medical device manufacturers to warn hospitals that purchase their products of dangers

ICU Medical Buys Hospira Infusion Systems From Pfizer

ICU Medical and Pfizer have reached an agreement to transfer ownership of Hospira Infusion Systems to ICU Medical, according to a joint press release on October 6.

         

According to the press release, in exchange for the Hospira division, which

FDA Approves First MRI-Guided Ultrasound Device to Treat Essential Tremor

FDA Approves First MRI-Guided Ultrasound Device to Treat Essential Tremor

The FDA recently approved INSIGHTEC’s Premarket Approval (“PMA”) application for ExAblate Neuro, a device designed to treat essential tremor.  Essential tremor is the most common kind of tremor; it commonly

FDA Medical Device Quality Inspections Drop in 2015

FDA Medical Device Quality Inspections Drop in 2015

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has released statistics showing that it inspected fewer medical device manufacturers in 2015 than in 2014.

A roundup of the FDA’s Quality System program for 2015 shows 2,104 inspections,