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2010-03-11 09:00:00

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., March 11 /PRNewswire/ -- BayCare MedSpa today announced that James Spencer, M.D., M.S. and Jenny Molloy, M.S., ARNP-BC have joined its team of cosmetic medical professionals as medical director and ARNP respectively. With the addition of Dr. Spencer and Ms. Molloy, BayCare MedSpa is now providing Botox® and Juvederm(TM) treatments and is offering FREE consultations. To celebrate its new team members and services, BayCare MedSpa will host a Reveal a...

2007-11-29 09:00:54

Leading St. Petersburg, FL -- based dermatologist, Dr. James Spencer, announced today he is conducting a study to evaluate ArteFill, a non-resorbable dermal filler, for the treatment of acne scars, and other depressed atrophic scars. ArteFill is a non-resorbable dermal filler that is currently approved to treat nasolabial folds, or smile line wrinkles. James M. Spencer, MD, Professor of Clinical Dermatology, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, is conducting this study to evaluate ArteFill...

2006-02-24 15:15:00

By Peter Kaplan and John Crawley RICHMOND, Virginia -- A U.S. judge on Friday stopped short of ordering an immediate shutdown of millions of BlackBerry devices, but reminded manufacturer Research In Motion Ltd. it had already been found to have infringed the patents of NTP Inc. U.S. District Judge James Spencer's delay in deciding on an injunction increased the pressure for an out-of-court settlement between the parties, analysts said. "They avoided the injunction and second of all it looks...

2006-02-24 13:49:06

By Peter Kaplan and John Crawley RICHMOND, Virginia (Reuters) - A U.S. judge on Friday stopped short of ordering an immediate shutdown of millions of BlackBerry portable e-mail devices, but reminded manufacturer Research In Motion Ltd. it had already been found to have infringed the patents of NTP Inc. U.S. District Judge James Spencer also expressed skepticism about RIM's argument that a BlackBerry shutdown would hobble critical public services and infrastructure. He noted that the...

2006-02-24 11:00:00

By Peter Kaplan and John Crawley RICHMOND, Virginia (Reuters) - A U.S. judge began hearing arguments on Friday over whether to pull the plug on BlackBerry e-mail devices as part of a fight over patents for the pocket-sized technology used by millions of Americans. Research In Motion Ltd., a Canadian company that makes the BlackBerry, has been locked in a court battle for more than four years with privately held NTP Inc., which successfully sued RIM for infringing on its patents. U.S. District...


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