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Reebok, Warrior Cut Off Lacrosse Gear Patent Battle

Warrior Sports Inc. and Reebok International Ltd. recently dropped their dispute in Michigan federal court over eight patents covering hockey and lacrosse equipment. What started as Warrior filing an infringement action against Reebok back in January 2011 has now been dismissed by a judge in Michigan. Read More…


Warrior Sports Inc. and Reebok International Ltd. recently dropped their dispute in Michigan federal court over eight patents covering hockey and lacrosse equipment. What started as Warrior filing an infringement action against Reebok back in January 2011 has now been dismissed by a judge in Michigan. It is reported that Warrior believed Reebok infringed upon at least eight patents ranging from hockey to lacrosse equipment.

Warrior, based unit of New Balance Athletic Shoe Inc., and Reebok have agreed to drop their claims and pay their own attorneys’ fees and costs. To learn more about the case head to law360.com.

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