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Founded Year

2009

About Nexxt Spine

Nexxt Spine is a medical device company focused on the design and manufacturing of spinal implants and surgical instruments in the healthcare sector. The company specializes in the production of 3D printed, porous, titanium implants used for the treatment of spinal disorders, as well as a range of support systems for cervical and lumbar procedures. Nexxt Spine's products are utilized by healthcare professionals in the surgical treatment of various spinal pathologies to improve patient outcomes. It was founded in 2009 and is based in Noblesville, Indiana.

Headquarters Location

14425 Bergen Blvd Suite B

Noblesville, Indiana, 46060,

United States

317-436-7801

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Nexxt Spine Patents

Nexxt Spine has filed 5 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • bones of the vertebral column
  • orthopedic surgical procedures
  • 3d printing processes
patents chart

Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

9/16/2019

1/3/2023

Implants (medicine), Uropeltidae, Identity documents, Injection molding, Identifiers

Grant

Application Date

9/16/2019

Grant Date

1/3/2023

Title

Related Topics

Implants (medicine), Uropeltidae, Identity documents, Injection molding, Identifiers

Status

Grant

Latest Nexxt Spine News

CONNEX(T) Clash: Ventris Medical vs. Nexxt Spine Trademark Dispute

Feb 2, 2024

CONNEX(T) Clash: Ventris Medical vs. Nexxt Spine Trademark Dispute Views: 0 Court documents state that Ventris has expertise in creating, promoting, and distributing advanced tissue and bone healing solutions tailored to meet the specific requirements of different surgical fields. Ventris claims to have actively advertised and sold items bearing the CONNEXT® brand for numerous years. They allege that Nexxt Spine, and Indiana company, is violating Ventris’ trademark by using a similar mark, CONNEXX , for their own surgical implant kits. The crux of Ventris’ complaint lies in the similarity between the CONNEXT® mark and Nexxt Spine’s CONNEXX mark, with the only difference being the final letter (“T” vs. “X”). Ventris asserts that both marks are used in connection with highly related surgical products and are targeted at the same consumers within the medical community, thus increasing the likelihood of confusion among consumers regarding the source or affiliation of the products. Ventris contends that Nexxt Spine’s adoption and use of the CONNEXX mark infringe upon its rights in the CONNEXT® mark, leading to false designation of origin and unfair competition. Despite Ventris’ efforts to address its concerns with Nexxt Spine, including filing an extension of time to oppose the CONNEXX application, Nexxt Spine has persisted in its use of the infringing mark. In seeking legal recourse, Ventris aims to halt Nexxt Spine’s infringing activities through injunctive relief , to recover damages incurred as a result of the infringement, and to obtain reimbursement for attorneys’ fees and costs associated with the litigation. Ventris argues that Nexxt Spine’s deliberate and willful infringement warrants enhanced damages under the Lanham Act, including three times the amount of actual damages and attorneys’ fees.

Nexxt Spine Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Nexxt Spine founded?

    Nexxt Spine was founded in 2009.

  • Where is Nexxt Spine's headquarters?

    Nexxt Spine's headquarters is located at 14425 Bergen Blvd, Noblesville.

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