Kyphon sues Medtronic over "theft" of mechanical bone tamp trade secret
This article was originally published in Clinica
Kyphon revealed that it is taking Medtronic's orthopaedic business to court for allegedly stealing secrets about an expandable, mechanical bone tamp technology from the inventor and using the information to develop a competitive product.
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