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Occlutech Receives Positive Ruling In German Proceeding Initiated By Aga Medical starstarstarstarstar   24th September 2009 - Views: 302 Occlutech Receives Positive Ruling In German Proceeding Initiated By Aga Medical Occlutech GmbH, the leading European developer of products for septal closure, today announced that the district court of Frankfurt, Germany reversed an earlier court injunction obtained by AGA Medical against Occlutech's sales and marketing activities relating to the newly launched Figulla Flex ranges of ASD and PFO occluders.

Occlutech And Izasa Obtains Favourable Ruling In Proceeding Initiated By Aga Medical In Spain starstarstarstarstar   22nd September 2009 - Views: 288 Occlutech And Izasa Obtains Favourable Ruling In Proceeding Initiated By Aga Medical In Spain Occlutech AG, the leading European developer of products for septal closure, today announced that, together with its partner in Spain IZASA SA, it defeated a request for an injunction against sales and marketing activities in Spain, launched at the Commercial Court I of Barcelona, Spain by its U.S. competitor AGA Medical.

Law Council Disappointed In Attorney General's Comments starstarstarstarstar   19th September 2009 - Views: 365 Law Council Disappointed In Attorney General's Comments The Law Council is disappointed by comments attributed to the Commonwealth Attorney-General, Mr Robert McClelland, in the media yesterday that amount to little more than pandering to popular stereotypes.

Legal Profession Well Equipped To Handle Challenging Times starstarstarstarstar   18th September 2009 - Views: 336 Legal Profession Well Equipped To Handle Challenging Times The Australian legal profession is healthy and robust enough to address the many challenges it currently faces, Law Council President John Corcoran has told a legal conference in Perth.

A Welcome Second Chance For The Homeless And Vulnerable starstarstarstarstar   16th September 2009 - Views: 453 A Welcome Second Chance For The Homeless And Vulnerable The Law Society of NSW welcomes the decision by the NSW Attorney General to allow homeless and disadvantaged members of the community to pay off fines by conducting charity work or by entering treatment and education programs.

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