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SkinMedica Sues Histogen Over Trade Secrets
Bruce V. Bigelow 1/23/09
Privately held SkinMedica of Carlsbad says it has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against new San Diego startup Histogen and Gail Naughton, its founder and CEO. The lawsuit, which was filed in federal court in San Diego, alleges that Histogen and its affiliated Histogen Aesthetics business infringe on two SkinMedica patents related to proprietary conditioned cell media technology. SkinMedica says its complaint asks for unspecified relief for the “misapprorpiration of SkinMedica trade secrets and confidential information by Histogen.”


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oh crap !


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Double crap!!


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» Double crap!!

2009 is starting off on the wrong foot!!
Depending on the scope of this lawsuit, Histogen could be put out of business before they even had a chance to commence ReGenica trials. Ahh good times!!!


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» SkinMedica Sues Histogen Over Trade Secrets
» Bruce V. Bigelow 1/23/09
» Privately held SkinMedica of Carlsbad says it has filed a patent
» infringement lawsuit against new San Diego startup Histogen and Gail
» Naughton, its founder and CEO. The lawsuit, which was filed in federal
» court in San Diego, alleges that Histogen and its affiliated Histogen
» Aesthetics business infringe on two SkinMedica patents related to
» proprietary conditioned cell media technology. SkinMedica says its
» complaint asks for unspecified relief for the “misapprorpiration of
» SkinMedica trade secrets and confidential information by Histogen.”
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» http://www.xconomy.com/san-diego/2009/01/23/skinmedica-sues-histogen-over-trade-secrets/

Another promising candidate impeded before they get a product to market.