Archive for the ‘Florida Biomedical Patenting News’ Category

Auction to Sell Six (6) Florida Medical Patent Applications

Although my practice is national in scope, I take particular interest in Florida’s medical and dental patenting landscape.  Recently, I ran across an article regarding Accubreak Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (ABP) of Plantation, Florida that caught my interest. Accubreak Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (ABP) will action six medical patent applications through IPAuctions, Inc. according to an article... Read More

Patent Approved for Hythiam’s Alcohol Treatment Program

Interest in the mind-body connection in particular is a trend that has continued to grow over the last several years, and you can see this in patented products in virtually every category, including fitness, publishing, alternative health practices, the expansion of nutraceuticals into even our soda, etc.

Florida Patent on Medical Device May Be Boon for Heart Patients

The Florida Biomedical Research Programs website reports in a press release that some good news for heart patients may be just around the corner. In the case of a heart attack, a few minutes can spell the difference between life and death. Now, a new medical device can be produced that can cut minutes or even hours off the time it takes to begin life-saving treatment. The Florida Department of Hea... Read More

Florida Medical and Dental Device Patenting News

As a Florida patent attorney with an interest in medical and dental device patents, I try to keep an ear to the ground on new patenting and industry developments in Florida that are relevant to my practice of intellectual property law.  The potential increase in Florida’s medical patent and dental patenting activity is one such development. In a recent post in the BioHeal... Read More

Physician Patents Lawsuit Deterrance System and Method

Hats off to Philippa Kennealy, M.D., of The Entrepreneural MD blog for pointing out a patented system and method of reducing medical malpractice claims developed by neurosurgeon Jeffrey Segal, M.D., founder of Medical Justice.  Results of the patented technology are already in for Florida physicians according to the blog posting: The results speak for themselves – 10 to 15% of... Read More