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Stephen Larson
Stephen Larson
Stephen Larson is a partner in the Orange County office. Mr. Larson represents and counsels clients in a wide variety of intellectual property disputes, specializing in patent litigation relating to the medical device, pharmaceutical, and semiconductor fields.
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ResMed Sues APEX Medical for Patent Infringement Relating to Respiratory Masks

ResMed Sues APEX Medical for Patent Infringement Relating to Respiratory Masks

ResMed Incorporated has filed a new lawsuit against APEX Medical Corporation and other defendants.  The lawsuit alleges infringement of several patents, including U.S. Patent No. 7,159,587, entitled “Respiratory Mask Having

New Suit Targets Rex Medical’s Vena Cava Filter

New Suit Targets Rex Medical’s Vena Cava Filter

EVM Systems, LLC has filed a new lawsuit targeting Rex Medical, L.P. and Argon Medical Devices, Inc.  The lawsuit alleges infringement of U.S. Patent No. 8,052,670, entitled “Medical Device With Slotted Memory Metal Tube.”  According

Back in Five and Infinite Int’l Settle Suit

Back in Five, LLC, has settled its patent infringement lawsuit against Infinite International, Inc.  A consent decree entered in the District Court enjoins Infinite International from manufacturing and selling devices that infringe

New Suit Targets C.R. Bard

C.R. Bard, Inc., and Bard Peripheral Vascular, Inc., are the latest targets of a series of lawsuits brought by LifeScreen Sciences LLC.  LifeScreen filed a patent infringement lawsuit in the District of Delaware on January 30 accusing 

TP Orthodontics Sues Hangzhou Shinye and Global Orthodontics

TP Orthodontics, Inc. sued Hangzhou Shinye Orthodontic Products and Global Orthodontics in the Northern District of Illinois.  The lawsuit alleges that Hangzhou Shinye’s “Transmission Series Brackets” infringe U.S. Patent