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About Interlace Medical

Interlace Medical Corporation designs and develops minimally invasive devices for the gynecological surgeon to aid them in removal of uterine fibroids and polyps.

Interlace Medical Headquarters Location

139 Newbury Street

Framingham, Massachusetts, 01701,

United States


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Interlace Medical Patents

Interlace Medical has filed 1 patent.

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Latest Interlace Medical News

U.S. Patent Office nixes Smith & Nephew patents in spat with Hologic

Feb 7, 2014

February 7, 2014 by Brad Perriello The U.S. Patent & Trademark Office nixes 2 patents at issue in Smith & Nephew's long-running infringement battle with Interlace Medical and subsequent acquirer Hologic. The U.S. Patent & Trademark Office dealt a setback to Smith & Nephew (FTSE: SN , NYSE: SNN ) last month when it invalidated claims in a pair of patents at the core of a long-running infringement dispute with Interlace Medical and its subsequent acquirer, Hologic  (NSDQ: HOLX ). Smith & Nephew sued Interlace in 2010, alleging infringement of a pair of patents with the MyoSure fibroid tumor device, and filed against Hologic after the Interlace buyout in January 2011. Sign up to get our free newsletters delivered right to your inbox. In September 2012, a jury  awarded $4 million in damages  to cover Smith & Nephew's lost profits from the infringement. Further damages, however, can't yet be decided because the jury's verdict was too vague, according to Judge Rya Zobel of the U.S. District Court for Massachusetts. In October 2013, Hologic  asked a federal judge in Massachusetts to revisit that loss . Last June, Judge Rya Zobel of the U.S. District Court for Massachusetts  upheld that decision  but found that any damages owed by Hologic to the British medical products giant couldn't yet be determined.

  • When was Interlace Medical founded?

    Interlace Medical was founded in 2005.

  • Where is Interlace Medical's headquarters?

    Interlace Medical's headquarters is located at 139 Newbury Street, Framingham.

  • What is Interlace Medical's latest funding round?

    Interlace Medical's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Interlace Medical raise?

    Interlace Medical raised a total of $26.25M.

  • Who are the investors of Interlace Medical?

    Investors of Interlace Medical include Hologic, New Leaf Venture Partners, Spray Venture Partners, HLM Venture Partners, Tekla Capital Management and 5 more.

  • Who are Interlace Medical's competitors?

    Competitors of Interlace Medical include Gynesonics, Endologix, Minimally Invasive Devices, Cabochon Aesthetics, Micrus Endovascular and 12 more.

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