A Southern District of New York jury on Thursday took two hours to reject a $10 million claim that Greenberg Traurig was responsible for the lapse of a patent for a medical device obtained by a group of surgeons at New York University Medical Center, according to Justin Chu, one of the attorneys representing the law firm.

The NYU group, Quickie LLC, claimed that Greenberg Traurig, which it hired in 2002 to sue the medical device manufacturer Medtronics Inc. for patent infringement, was responsible for the loss of the patent during the pendency of litigation.

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