Lululemon claims Peloton is a ‘copycat’

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The Canadian athletic apparel maker sued Peloton in Los Angeles federal court, seeking triple damages for alleged “intentional” infringement of six of its rival’s design patents.

Lululemon files its lawsuit five days after being brought down by Peloton own case in Manhattan federal court, seeking a declaration that Lululemon’s claims had no merit.
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Peloton and his attorney did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

dispute arose from launch of the peloton In September of a private-label apparel brand, after the end of the companies’ five-year co-branding relationship.

Lululemon said five Peloton women’s bra and leggings products — Strappy Bra, High Neck Bra, Cadant Peak Bra, Cadant Laser Dot Bra and Cadant Laser Dot Leggings — infringed its patents.


It also said that another Peloton product, the One Luxe Tight, is a knockoff of its Align Pants, one of its all-time best sellers.

Lululemon stated in its complaint, “Peloton intends to closely mimic Lululemon’s proprietary designs and pass on its wares as Lululemon’s high quality products to Lululemon’s high quality products, which are Lululemon’s top quality products.” Has spent a lot of time, effort and effort on cultivating this.”

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The Vancouver, British Columbia-based company, in a letter to Peloton on November 11, threatened to sue unless sales of the alleged knockoffs were halted.

Peloton said in its lawsuit that customers would not have trouble telling the companies products apart, and that Lululemon’s designs were not eligible for patent protection.

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New York-based Peloton has sought to diversify its revenue streams, following sales growth for its bikes and treadmills. slow Because more people received vaccines for COVID-19 and stayed home less often.

The case is Lululemon Athletica Canada Inc. v. Peloton Interactive Inc., US District Court, Central District of California, No. 21-09252; and Peloton Interactive Inc. v Lululemon Athletica Canada Inc., US District Court, Southern District of New York, No. 21-10071.


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