Opko Settles Lawsuit with Ophthalmic Imaging, Posts Lower Q1 Losses on Decreased Expenses | GenomeWeb

Opko Health said last week that it has settled a lawsuit with ophthalmic technology firm Ophthalmic Imaging Systems, which charged Opko with conspiring with a former employee to interfere with its business activities.

The case was set to go to trial at the end of April, but "in order to avoid the expense and uncertainty of litigation, and without making any admission of wrongdoing or liability … the parties agreed to fully and finally resolve the lawsuit," Opko said in a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.

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