Acacia Research Corporation (Nasdaq: ACTG) announced today that a subsidiary has acquired 7 patent portfolios with over 1,900 patents and applications relating to stent grafts, vascular grafts, bypass grafts, graft retrieval technology, graft manufacturing technology, vena cava filter technology, and filter retrieval technology from a leading global medical device company.
“As Acacia’s licensing success in the medical technology sector grows, we are pleased to announce that a leading global medical device company has chosen Acacia as their trusted partner for the licensing of their patented technologies,” commented Paul Ryan, Acacia CEO.
“This transaction is one of our largest partnerships to date and is a validation of our growing presence in the medical technology sector.
“In addition to our large and growing presence in patent licensing in the technology sector, we are now demonstrating that medical technology will be another major growth driver for Acacia,” commented Ryan.
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