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“We are proud to be representing Peloton – one of the world’s most innovative companies – against those who steal its technology in the hopes of gaining a competitive edge,” said lead counsel.
As alleged in the complaint, Icon has “attempted to free ride off Peloton’s innovative technology” by, among other reasons, displaying archived exercise class content to remote users with a synchronized dynamically-updating leaderboard that compares every remote user’s performance. The Complaint further alleges that Peloton says Icon defrauds consumers by using what is known as “false reference pricing,” i.e. posting a price and then saying it’s a discount of the original price.
The Hueston Hennigan team includes Doug Dixon, Christy Rayburn, Karen Younkins and Haoxiaohan Cai.
The case is Peloton Interactive Inc. v. Icon Health & Fitness Inc., 20-00662, U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware (Wilmington).
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As noted in Law360, Moez M. Kaba, counsel for Bausch, called Judge Donato’s order “thorough and well-explained.”
The Hueston Hennigan team is led by Moez M. Kaba, and includes Padraic Foran and Dan Sheehan.
Media coverage includes Bloomberg Law, Law360, and Reuters.
ClearOne is a global company that designs and develops conferencing, collaboration, and networked streaming devices. Its customers include Boeing, Toyota, Netflix, Exxon, and Kaiser Permanente.
“This is a very significant win for our client ClearOne,” explained partner Douglas J. Dixon. “ClearOne is a leading innovator in conferencing products, and this dispute with its rival Shure is one of its most significant legal battles. ClearOne won a preliminary injunction against Shure last year in the Northern District of Illinois, and this request for a TRO was Shure’s effort to punch back in a new forum. It failed.”
The Honorable Christopher J. Burke in the District of Delaware agreed with ClearOne that Shure “ha[d] not met [its] burden to show that irreparable harm will result absent the entry of a TRO.” The Court also agreed that ClearOne’s “invalidity challenge based on at least indefiniteness raises a substantial question as to whether the [asserted patent] is valid.”
This is just the latest in the string of many patent victories that Hueston Hennigan has achieved for ClearOne.
The Hueston Hennigan team included Douglas J. Dixon, Christy Rayburn, Karen Younkins, Sourabh Mishra, Neil Anderson, Michael Acquah, and Maxwell Coll.