Medtronic wins $101M in patent lawsuit against NuVasive

A U.S. District Court has ruled competitor NuVasive must pay the Minnesota-based medical device maker more than $100 million in damages for infringing on three of its patents.
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A U.S. District Court has ruled competitor NuVasive must pay the Minnesota-based medical device maker more than $100 million in damages for infringing on three of its patents.

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