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Petition for Inter Partes Review by Wright Medical Technology, Inc. of Orthophoenix LLC’s Patent No. 6,863,672

Defendant: Orthophoenix LLC

Court: Patent Trial and Appeal Board

Date: Jun 10, 2014

Docket: IPR2014-00912

June 6, 2014 – Wright Medical Technology, Inc. files petition for Inter Partes Review

Petition for Inter Partes Review by Wright Medical Technology, Inc. of Orthophoenix LLC’s Patent No. 6,440,138

Defendant: Orthophoenix LLC

Court: Patent Trial and Appeal Baord

Date: Jun 10, 2014

Docket: IPR214-00908

June 6, 2014 – Wright Medical Technology, Inc. files petition for Inter Partes Review

Orthophoenix LLC v. Soteira Inc. et al (parties stipulate to dismiss the case)

Defendant: Soteira Inc.

Court: D. Del.

Date: Jan 02, 2014

Docket: 1-13-cv-01006

December 19, 2013 – The parties stipulate to dismiss with prejudice all claims and counterclaims in this action.

July 11, 2013 – Orthophoenix asserts two new patents – U.S. Patent No. 6,981,981 (entitled “Inflatable Device for Use in Surgical Protocol Relating to Fixation of Bone”) and U.S. Patent No. 7.044,954 (entitled “Method for Treating a Vertebral Body”).

June 5, 2013 – Orthophoenix alleges that Osseon Therapeutics’ surgical instruments, including Shield Kyphoplasty System, infringe the U.S. Patent Nos. listed below:

6,440,138.  “Structures And Methods for Creating Cavities in Interior Body Regions.”

6,863,672. “Structures And Methods for Creating Cavities in Interior Body Regions.”

7,909,827.  “Structures And Methods for Creating Cavities in Interior Body Regions.”

7,967,827. “Methods And Devices for Treating Fractured and/or Diseased Bone Using an Expandable Structure That Remains Within the Bone.”

Orthophoenix, LLC v. Stryker Corp. (New lawsuit filed)

Defendant: Stryker Corp.

Court: D. Del.

Date: Oct 01, 2013

Docket: 1:13-cv-01628-UNA

Judge: Leonard P. Stark

Orthophoenix alleges that Stryker’s iVAS Inflatable Vertebral Augmentation System, iVAS Balloon Catheter, Aliquot Micro-reamer, Aliquot Directional Bone Tamp, Cortoss Bone Augmentation System, and/or Verteport Access and Delivery System infringe 10 OrthoPhoenix patents.

Orthophoenix LLC v. Wright Medical Technology Inc. et al (new lawsuit filed)

Defendant: Wright Medical Technology Inc.

Court: D. Del.

Date: Jun 06, 2013

Docket: 1-13-cv-01007

June 5, 2013 – Orthophoenix alleges that Osseon Therapeutics’ surgical instruments, including X-Ream Percutaneous Expandable Reamer, infringe U.S. Patent Nos. 6,440,138; and 6,863,672.  Both patents are entitled “Structures And Methods for Creating Cavities in Interior Body Regions.”

Orthophoenix LLC v. Sintea Plustek LLC et al (new lawsuit filed)

Defendant: Sintea Plustek LLC

Court: D. Del.

Date: Jun 06, 2013

Docket: 1-13-cv-01005

June 5, 2013 – Orthophoenix alleges that Osseon Therapeutics’ surgical instruments, including the Spider and Xvoid systems, infringe the U.S. Patents listed below:

6,440,138.  “Structures and Methods for Creating Cavities in Interior Body Regions.”

6,676,665.  “Surgical Instrumentation and Method for Treatment of the Spine.”

6,863,672.  “Structures and Methods for Creating Cavities in Interior Body Regions.”

6,981,981.  “Inflatable Device for Use in Surgical Protocol Relationg to Fixation of Bone.”

7,044,954.  “Method for Treating a Vertebral Body.”

7,399,306.  “Hand-Held Instruments That Access Interior Body Regions.”

Orthophoenix LLC v. Osseon Therapeutics Inc. et al (new lawsuit filed)

Defendant: Osseon Therapeutics Inc.

Court: D. Del.

Date: Jun 06, 2013

Docket: 1-13-cv-01008

June 5, 2013 – Orthophoenix alleges that Osseon Therapeutics’ surgical instruments, including Osseoflex SN+ Steerable Needle and Osseoflex SB Steerable Balloon, infringe the U.S. Patent Nos. listed below:

5,972,015.  “Expandable, Asymetric Structures for Deployment in Interior Body Regions.”

6,248,110.  “Systems And Methods for Treating Fractured or Diseased Bone Using Expandable Bodies.”

6,863,672.  “Structures And Methods for Creating Cavities in Interior Body Regions.”

6,923,813.  “Devices for Creating Voids in Interior Body Regions and Related Methods.”

6,981,981.  “Inflatable Device for Use in Surgical Protocol Relationg to Fixation of Bone.”

7,044,954.  “Method for Treating a Vertabral Body.”

8,034,071.  “Systems and Methods for Forming a Cavity in Cancellous Bone.”

Orthophoenix LLC v. Osseon Therapeutics Inc. et al (new lawsuit filed)

Defendant: Osseon Therapeutics Inc

Court: D. Del.

Date: Jun 06, 2013

Docket: 1-13-cv-01004

June 5, 2013 – Orthophoenix alleges that Osseon Therapeutics’ surgical instruments, including Osseoflex SN Steerable Needle, infringe U.S. Patent Nos. 6,719,761; 7,731,720; 7,887,543; 7,972,340.  Each of those patents are entitled “System And Methods for Injecting Flowable Materials into Bones.”

Orthophoenix LLC v. Dfine Inc. et al (new lawsuit filed)

Defendant: Dfine Inc.

Court: D. Del.

Date: Jun 06, 2013

Docket: 1-13-cv-01003

June 5, 2013 – Orthophoenix alleges that Dfine’s surgical instruments, including the VertecoR MidLine Navigational Osteotone, infringes U.S. Patent Nos. 6,440,138; and 6,863,672.  Both patents are entitled “Structures And Methods for Creating Cavities in Interior Body Regions.”

Orthophoenix LLC v. Ascendx Spine Inc. et al (new lawsuit filed)

Defendant: Ascendx Spine Inc

Court: D. Del.

Date: Jun 06, 2013

Docket: 1-13-cv-01002

June 5, 2013 – Orthophoenix alleges that Ascendix Spine’s surgical instruments, including the Acu-Cut Instrument, alleges U.S. Patent Nos. 6,440,138; 6,863,672; and 7,909,827.  Each of those patents are entitled “Structures And Methods for Creating Cavities in Interior Body Regions.”