Royalty Report: Medical, Surgical, Device – Collection: 7556

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 14

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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 14

Primary Industries

  • Medical
  • Surgical
  • Device
  • Supply
  • Technical Know How
  • Pain
  • Therapeutic
  • Prosthetics

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 7556

License Grant
The Licensor, an individual, hereby sells, assigns, grants, transfers, conveys and delivers to the Licensee, to have and to hold until the end of time all right, title and interest, free and clear of all liens or claims, in and to the percutaneous retractor, including but not limited to the patent application entitled Minimally Invasive Retractor and Methods of Use, filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office and foreign corresponding patent applications.
License Property
The Intellectual Property is a disposable, flexible screw based percutaneous retractor described as a device, system and method for orthopedic spine surgery using a novel screw-based retractor, that allows for access to the spine through a minimally or less invasive approach.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27263

License Grant
The Company entered into an agreement to manufacture its products, medical device.  Licensor owns the manufacturing equipment Licensee uses to manufacture Licensor’s products; advance the minimally invasive surgery market through the development of disposable devices for hand assisted laparoscopic surgery.
License Property
The Licensor product line includes the Dexterity® Pneumo Sleeve and Dexterity® Protractor; Pneumo Sleeve is a device that allows the surgeon to insert one hand into the abdominal cavity while preserving pneumopreperitoneum (1) during laparoscopic surgery, providing abdominal access for the surgeon’s hand during laparoscopic surgery and the Dexterity® Protractor combines wound protection and incision retraction in one innovative product.  The Protractor distributes retraction force evenly around the incision, unlike standard metal retractors, which concentrate force at a few points.

IPSCIO Record ID: 3489

License Grant
The Company announced today that it received a ruling from the U.S. District Court in regards to ongoing royalty rates for Phase I of its patent litigation with Plaintiff. As previously announced, Phase 2 surrounding the cervical plates involved in the dispute was settled.
License Property
On August 17, 2012, Plaintiff filed additional patent claims in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Indiana alleging that the Company various spinal implants (including its CoRoent® XL family of spinal implants) infringe U.S. Patent No. 8,021,430, and that the Company's Osteocel® Plus bone graft product infringes U.S. Patent No. 5,676,146 C2. On August 28, 2012, Plaintiff amended its complaint in the Northern District of Indiana alleging that NuVasive's XLIF® procedure and use of MaXcess IV retractor during the XLIF procedure infringe methodology claims of U.S. Patent No. 8,251,997.
Field of Use
The CoRoent XL is a family of spinal implants used to replace weakened or damaged intervertebral discs. These discs act as the spine’s shock absorber allowing forces to be distributed evenly during the body’s movements.

And MaXcess instruments provide access to the spine in a manner that affords direct visualization and our nerve monitoring systems assist surgeons in avoiding critical nerves.  Our MaXcess system consists of instrumentation and specialized implants that provide maximum access to the spine with minimal soft tissue disruption. MaXcess has a split blade design consisting of three blades that can be positioned to build the surgical exposure in the shape and size specific to the surgical requirements rather than the fixed tube design of other minimally invasive surgical systems. MaXcess’ split blade design also provides expanded access to the spine, which allows surgeons to perform surgical procedures using instruments that are similar to those used in open procedures but with a significantly smaller incision. The ability to use familiar instruments reduces the learning curve and facilitates the adoption of our products. Our system’s illumination of the operative corridor aids in providing surgeons with direct visualization of the patient’s anatomy, without the need for additional technology or other special equipment.

IPSCIO Record ID: 66891

License Grant
The Licensee entered into a Patent Assignment and Licensing Agreement with an undisclosed third party which was later amended in November 2012.
License Property
The patented technology is used in the AirSeal products. As part of the Licensing Agreement, proprietary patents and patent applications were sold, assigned and transferred to the Licensee so that the Licensee could develop and commercialize products in the AirSeal® System optimizing the laparoscopic environment and providing stability in the abdominal cavity during minimally invasive surgery.  AirSeal is a proprietary surgical access management system, which offers significant clinical benefits for patients and economic benefits for healthcare providers.
Field of Use
The Licensee is a commercial stage global medical technology company marketing a device used in Minimally Invasive Surgery.

IPSCIO Record ID: 4603

License Grant
Contributor, an individual, does hereby irrevocably contribute, transfer, assign and convey to Corporation, its successors and assigns, free and clear of any Encumbrances, to have and hold forever, all of Contributor's right, title and interest in and good and marketable title to the Contributed Assets.
License Property
The Licensor invented the DenerveX technology for use in the field of FJS, also known as spinal osteoarthritis, spinal arthritis, or facet joint osteoarthritis. The System consists of single use device and a reusable dedicated power generator. The system works exclusively in precise synchronization for therapy delivery for patients with facet joint pain.

'Contributed Assets' means the (i) Patent; and (ii) all Intellectual Property Rights described in, related to or associated with the Patent, including without limitation, all Intellectual Property Rights in and to and all rights to Practice the Debrider Device and the Intellectual Property Rights described in or evidenced by the Patent; and (iii) all Know-How and all technical and other information that is necessary, useful, or convenient to Practice the Debrider Device or the Intellectual Property Rights described in or evidenced by the Patent, in each case to the extent owned or held by Contributor as of the Effective Date.

The Patent and all Intellectual Property Rights described in, related to or associated with the Patent, including without limitation, all Intellectual Property Rights in and to and all rights to Practice the Device and the Intellectual Property Rights described in or evidenced by the Patent; and all Know-How and all technical and other information that is necessary, useful, or convenient to Practice the Device or the Intellectual Property Rights described in or evidenced by the Patent, in each case to the extent owned or held by Contributor as of the Effective Date.

Patent means United States Patent No. US 8,167,879 B2 issued May 1, 2012, and all continuations, continuations-in-part, divisions, re-examinations, and reissues thereof, and any corresponding foreign patents and foreign patent applications currently filed or filed in the future and any patent rights issuing, granted or registered thereon.

Field of Use
Medical device is namely rotational denervation cautery devices for the treatment of facet joint syndrome.

The present invention relates to spinal medical procedures.

Methods and surgical tools for treating back pain use a spinal facet debridement tool with cautery and denuding action and minimally invasive protocol that can denude and cauterize soft tissue associated with a synovial capsule of the spinal facet joint.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28651

License Grant
Assignors, two individuals, hereby sell, assign, and transfer exclusively and subject to all of the terms and conditions of this Agreement, their entire right, title, and interest in and to the Device and the Intellectual Property.
License Property
“Applications” shall mean any and all pending patent applications filed by Assignors relating to the Device and any apparatus and/or method for reducing, sizing and/or stabilizing the circumference of a vascular or anatomical structure designed or used by Assignors, including, but not limited to, the following
(a) In the United States, application No. 09/733,224 entitled Annuloplasty System, filed December 8, 2000;
(b) In Canada, application No. 2,197,069 entitled Apparatus for Reducing the Circumference of a Vascular Structure, filed August 10, 1995;
(c) In the European Region, application No. 95929486.9 entitled Apparatus for Reducing the Circumference of a Vascular Structure, filed August 10, 1995; and
(d) In Japan, application No. 507532/1996 entitled Apparatus for Reducing Circumference of Vascular Structure, filed August 10, 1995 and any and all patents and/or patent applications claiming priority thereto, and any and all patents or patent applications in which either Segmed or Dr. Northrup is an inventor, which relate to the Device and/or any apparatus and/or method for reducing, sizing and/or stabilizing the circumference of a vascular or anatomical structure, and any reissues, continuations, divisions, continuations-in-part or extensions thereof, any patents issuing therefrom; and/or any improvements thereto or enhancements thereof which are either wholly or in part owned, invented, controlled, acquired or otherwise assignable by either or both of the Assignors, and any patent applications therefor and any patents issuing therefrom.

“Device” shall mean the apparatus and/or method for reducing, sizing and/or stabilizing the circumference of a vascular or anatomical structure (the “Field”) covered by the Intellectual Property and fully described in the Applications and applications relating to the Patents, and any and all improvements, modifications, derivations, enhancements, technology, Know-how and Documentation related thereto.

Patent relates to a new annuloplasty technology for the repair of mitral and tricuspid heart valves.

“Patents” shall mean the following patents issued to Assignors in the United States, Australia, Taiwan and South Africa
(a) In the United States, U.S. Patent No. 5,593,424 entitled Apparatus and Method for Reducing and Stabilizing the Circumference of a Vascular Structure, issued January 14, 1997, U.S. Patent No. 5,709,695 entitled Apparatus for Reducing the Circumference of a Vascular Structure, issued January 20, 1998, and U.S. Patent No. 5,961,539 entitled Method and Apparatus for Sizing, Stabilizing and/or Reducing the Circumference of an Anatomical Structure, issued October 5, 1999;
(b) In Australia, patent No. 700530 entitled Apparatus for Reducing Circumference of Vascular Structure, filed August 10, 1995;
(c) In Taiwan, patent No. 096871 entitled Apparatus for Reducing the Circumference of a Bodily Structure, filed August 11, 1995; and
(d) In South Africa patent No. 95/6672 entitled Apparatus and Method for Reducing the Circumference of a Vascular Structure, filed August 10, 1995,
and any and all patents and/or patent applications claiming priority thereto, and any and all patents or patent applications in which Assignors are an inventor, which relate to the Device and/or any apparatus or method for reducing, sizing and/or stabilizing the circumference of a vascular or anatomical structure, and any reissues, continuations, divisions, continuations-in-part or extensions thereof, any patents issuing therefrom, and/or any improvements thereto or enhancements thereof which are either wholly or in part owned, invented, controlled, acquired or otherwise assignable by Assignors, and any patent applications therefor and any patents issuing therefrom.

“Trademark” shall mean the mark represented by United States Registration No. 2,108,883 for the “SEGMENT” mark.

IPSCIO Record ID: 317633

License Grant
The Company and an executive of the Company entered into a Royalty Agreement wherein the Company agreed to pay the executive a royalty on a product-by-product basis for certain proprietary information and inventions that were patented during his employment with the Company.
License Property
Proprietary information and inventions include but not limited to the products such as Lucent Lateral Interbody Implant System, the Lucent XP Expandable Interbody Device System, the Clutch ISP Posterior Fixation System, the Karma Fixation System, the Vertu Anterior Stand-Alone System and Mosaic devices.

The product portfolio addresses a broad spectrum of spine surgery procedures and consists of innovative spinal fixation systems (implantable hardware systems that are mechanically attached to the spine and provide stability), interbody implants (devices implanted between the vertebral bodies of the spine), surgical instruments (instruments used to prepare the spine and implant our devices) and biologics (allograft or synthetic biomaterials intended to augment or replace the normal capacity of such tissue in the body).

“Product Line” shall mean each of the following product categories, with each understood to specifically contain and be solely composed of the individual products and parts set forth on Schedule A (i) Mosaic, (ii) Vertu, (iii) Lucent Lateral, (iv) Lucent Expandable, (v) ISP (Clutch), and (vi) Zip Tie (Karma).

Field of Use
The field of use is for the procedures used in surgery with reduced trauma to the muscles and soft tissues, less blood loss, smaller incisions, shorter procedure time, reduced hospitalization, lower post-operative medication use, faster patient recovery and other benefits for patients and surgeons.

The Company is a medical device company focused on the design, development and commercialization of a comprehensive portfolio of systems, products and technologies for spine surgery procedures, with a strategic focus on minimally invasive surgery (“MIS”) procedures.

IPSCIO Record ID: 280958

License Grant
University foundation hereby grants to Licensee and its Affiliates an exclusive (even as to University), worldwide, fully transferable, sublicensable, irrevocable, non-terminable and cost-free (except for the Royalty and other remuneration provisions as provided hereof) license, continuing uninterrupted for the life of the Licensed Patents in the Licensed Territory to make, have made, use, offer for sale, import and sell Licensed Products and/or Licensed Processes claimed in the Licensed Patents for the Licensed Field.

University hereby grants to Licensee and its Affiliates a non-exclusive, license, in the Licensed Territory and the Licensed Field under the all Intellectual Property Rights (other than patent rights) in the Enabling Technology to make, have made, use, offer for sale, copy, disclose, and sell Licensed Products and/or Licensed Processes. Upon request of Licensee, University will deliver, or caused to be delivered, any Enabling Technology within the possession of the Inventors.

License Property
Licensed Patents shall refer to and mean all of the following patents and patent applications  U.S. Patent Application Serial No. 11/684,514, filed March 9, 2007, and the corresponding international PCT application (application number not yet assigned), filed March 9, 2007, titled Prosthetic Device and System and Method for Implanting Prosthetic Device; and all U.S. and foreign patent applications claiming priority to these applications or disclosing or claiming any Improvements, including without limitation divisional, continuation, and reissue applications and any patent(s)/patent application(s) claiming inventions resulting from the Research Agreement, whether or not such inventions are Improvements.
Field of Use
The invention relates to orthopedic joint replacement and, more particularly, to a prosthetic device for use in orthopedic joint replacement and a system and method for implanting the same.

IPSCIO Record ID: 1098

License Grant
Licensor grants Licensee a non-exclusive, world-wide license under the Licensed Patents to the Licensed Devices for Licensed Applications which would infringe any valid claim of the Licensed Patents.
License Property
Licensor is the owner of U.S. Patent No. 5,037,421 and U.S. Patent No. 5,147,354 both entitled 'Mid Infrared Laser Arthroscopic Procedure'.

LICENSED DELIVERY DEVICE shall mean any device that delivers the laser energy to a desired location which infringes one or more of the valid claims of the Licensed Patents.

Field of Use
LICENSED APPLICATION shall mean only orthopedic applications.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28966

License Grant
The Assignors desire to transfer and assign to the Assignee all of the Assignors’ worldwide right, title and interest in and to the U.S. and foreign pending and issued patents and invention disclosures listed (together with any United States and foreign patent application and all divisions, renewals and continuations based thereon, and all reissues and extensions thereof with full control of all patent prosecution, and all rights to make applications for and receive patent registrations.
License Property
Contributed Intellectual Property
  Title    Patent Number   Issue Date
Spinal Implant Device Having a Single Central Rod and Claw Hooks 5,688,274  18-Nov-1997

Spinal Implant Apparatus Having a Single Central Rod and Plow Hooks
5,688,273   18-Nov-1997

Spinal Implant Device Having a Single Central Rod and Claw Hooks
5,688,274  18-Nov-1997

Spinal Implant Apparatus Having a Single Central Rod and Plow Hooks
5,688,273    18-Nov-1997

A unitary locking cap for use with a pedicle screw
5,667,508    16-Sept-1997

Multiple node variable length cross-link device  
5,707,372  13-Jan-1998

Modular polyaxial locking pedicle screw
5,725,528  10-Mar-1998

Modular polyaxial locking pedicle screw
5,735,851  7-Apr-1998

Modular Spinal Plate for use with modular polyaxial locking pedicle screws
5,800,435  Sept 1, 1998

Hinged Variable Length Cross-Link Device
5,885,284  23-Mar-1999

Surgical Curette Having a Variably Angled Handle
5,836,958  17-Nov-1998

Selectively Expandible Sacral Fixation Screw-Sleeve Device
5,713,904  3-Feb-1998

Polyaxial Mechanism for use with Orthopedic Implant Devices
5,752,957   19-May-1998

Rod Securing Polyaxial Locking Screw and Coupling Element Assembly
5,733,286    31-Mar-1998

Spinal Hook Implant Having a Low Blade and Swivel Hook
5,810,818  22-Sep-1998

Interbody Fusion
5,904,719   18-May-1999

Coupling Member for Cross-Linking Intervertebral Cage Devices
5,941,880  24-Aug-l999

Polyaxial Pedicle Screw Having a Rod Clamping Split Ferrule Coupling Element
5,910,142  8-Jun-1999

Coupled Rod, Anterior Vertebral Body Screw, and Staple Assembly
5,925,047  20-Jul-1999

Compression Locking Vertebral Body Screw, Staple, and Rod Assembly
5,899,904  4-May-1999

Expansion Locking Vertebral Body Screw, Staple, and Rod
Assembly
5,899,905  4-May-1999

Rotateable Locking  Vertebral Body Screw, Staple, and Rod Assembly
5,947,969   7-Sep-1999

Efficient Assembling Modular Locking Pedicle Screw
6,482,207   19-Nov-2002

Polyaxial Locking Pedicle Screw Having a Rotating Locking
Element
6,451,021  17-Sep-2002

Rod Bender
6,644,087   11-Nov-2003

A unitary locking cap for use with a pedicle screw
5,667,508  16-Sept-1997
  
Multiple node variable length cross-link device
5,707,372  13-Jan-1998

Modular polyaxial locking pedicle screw
5,725,528  10-Mar-1998

Modular polyaxial locking pedicle screw
5,735,851  7-Apr-1998

Modular Spinal Plate for use with modular polyaxial locking pedicle screws
5,800,435  Sept 1, 1998

Hinged Variable Length Cross-Link Device
5,885,284  23-Mar-1999

Surgical Curette Having a Variably Angled Handle
5,836,958   17-Nov-1998

Selectively Expandible Sacral Fixation Screw-Sleeve Device
5,713,904    3-Feb-1998

Polyaxial Mechanism for use with Orthopedic Implant Devices
5,752,957   19-May-1998

Rod   Securing Polyaxial Locking Screw and Coupling Element Assembly
5,733,286  31-Mar-1998

Spinal Hook Implant Having a Low Blade and Swivel Hook
5,810,818  22-Sep-1998

Interbody Fusion
5,904,719  18-May-1999

Coupling Member for Cross-Linking Intervertebral Cage Devices
5,941,880  24-Aug-l999

Polyaxial Pedicle Screw Having a Rod Clamping Split Ferrule Coupling Element
5,910,142  8-Jun-1999

Coupled Rod, Anterior Vertebral Body Screw, and Staple Assembly
5,925,047  20-Jul-1999

Compression Locking Vertebral Body Screw, Staple, and Rod
Assembly
5,899,904  4-May-1999

Expansion Locking Vertebral Body Screw, Staple, and Rod
Assembly
5,899,905 4 May 1999

Rotateable Locking Vertebral Body Screw, Staple, and Rod Assembly
5,947,969   7-Sep-1999

Efficient Assembling Modular Locking Pedicle Screw
6,482,207  19-Nov-2002

Polyaxial Locking Pedicle Screw Having a Rotating Locking Element
6,451,021   17-Sep-2002

Rod Bender
6,644,087  11-Nov-2003

Field of Use
The field of use is spinal surgery and procedures.

IPSCIO Record ID: 5851

License Grant
The Company entered into a commitment to pay royalties for the use of technology for certain spine-related products to an undisclosed Licensor.
License Property
The Company is engaged in the designing, developing, manufacturing and marketing of implantable devices for minimal invasive surgeries in two primary lines of business, namely spinal conditions and trauma (i.e. bone fractures).

IPSCIO Record ID: 6202

License Grant
The Licensor, an individual, assigned the patents for his inventions to certain pediatric cardiology medical devices and techniques and know-how to the Licensee.
License Property
Our Amplatzer occlusion devices offer minimally invasive, transcatheter treatments that have been clinically shown to be highly effective in defect closure.

Our AMPLATZER occlusion devices utilize our expertise in braiding nitinol, a metal alloy with superelastic and shape-memory characteristics, and designing transcatheter delivery systems.

IPSCIO Record ID: 29212

License Grant
The Licensee entered into an exclusive License and development Agreement with an Australian University, granting the Company a worldwide exclusive (even as to the university) License, with rights to subLicense, to all the Company’s product candidates and associated know-how based on the University's technology, including the exclusive right to manufacture, use and sell the product candidates. The Company agreed to invest towards development of any Licensed product.
License Property
The University Intellectual Resources Management is focused on developing the key surgical devices that would make noninvasive procedures a reality.  The Licensee is a developmental stage medical device company focused on the development of medical devices that manipulate tissues for endoscopic and minimally invasive surgery for the treatment of obesity, gastroesophageal reflux disease, Barrett's Esophagus, esophageal obstructions, upper gastrointestinal bleeding, hernia formation and other intraperitoneal abnormalities.  The Company’s product portfolio includes a device for endoscopic bariatric surgery (obesity surgery) and endoscopic repair of gastroesophageal reflux disorder (GERD), as well as an endoscopic device for excision and diagnosis of Barrett’s esophagus.

Licensed Patent Rights and Licensed Patents shall mean (1) United States Provisional Patent Application No. 60/698,748 filed July 13, 2005, and titled Suturing System for Transoral Gastroplasty and United States Provisional Patent Application No. 60/742,826 filed December 6, 2005, and titled Systems and Techniques for Transoral Gastroplasty; (2) International Patent Application No. PCT/US04/028516 entitled Suturing Devices and Methods, filed September 2, 2004 (claiming benefit of U.S. Provisional Patent Application Serial No. 60/499,539, filed September 2, 2003; U.S. Provisional Patent Application Serial No. 60/507,837, filed October 1, 2003; and U.S. Provisional Patent Application Serial No. 60/576,510, filed June 3, 2004); (3) any and all Patent Rights under the patents or patent applications for any Additional Technologies and associated Know-How licensed by the Company.

IPSCIO Record ID: 362509

License Grant
Licensor grants an exclusive license, including the right to grant sublicenses, under the Licensed Patent Rights and Licensed Technology
–  to conduct research and development in support of the licensed uses, and,
–  to make, have made, import, export, use, offer for sale or sell Licensed Products in the Licensed Field, subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement.

This agreement includes a non-exclusive grant back from Licensee to Licensor.

License Property
Licensor is the owner of or otherwise controls certain proprietary Licensed Patents and Licensed Technology including patents
–  Expandable Support Device and method of use
–  Expandable Attachment Device and Method
Field of Use
The Licensed Field shall mean the treatment of spinal disorders using a screw-based device in the human spine, from occiput to sacrum, including without limitation the facets, pedicles and ilosacral junction. Without otherwise expanding the meaning of Licensed Field as set forth, the Licensed Field shall in any event exclude any treatment involving a device with a non-threaded-stem screw design and the following indications vertebral body replacement fusion and interbody fusion.
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