Peloton, Flywheel Settle Legal Disputes Over Fitness Bike Tech

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As covered in the Wall Street Journal, Peloton announced that it has settled its patent infringement litigation against Flywheel Sports, Inc.

“I’m thrilled we were able to achieve this major win, which came after a virtually uninterrupted string of courtroom wins including defeating Flywheel’s Alice challenge and attempts to stay the case, and prevailing on every major discovery motion,” said Peloton’s lead counsel, Steven N. Feldman of Hueston Hennigan LLP.

Peloton filed the original litigation in September 2018 alleging that Flywheel had willfully and intentionally created a copycat of the Peloton Bike called the “FLY Anywhere.”

The Hueston Hennigan team included Steve Feldman, Doug Dixon, Christy Von der Ahe Rayburn, Karen Younkins, Neil Anderson, Maxwell Coll, Joseph Crusham, Xiaohan Cai and Evan Shapiro

Read the Peloton press release here.

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