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Nike sues Lululemon for patent infringement over Mirror dwelling health club – Nationwide

Nike sues Lululemon for patent infringement over Mirror dwelling health club – Nationwide

Nike Inc. has launched a lawsuit towards Lululemon Athletica Inc. accusing the athletic attire maker of patent infringement with its new Mirror dwelling health club.

The American health big claims Vancouver-based Lululemon’s digital machine for streaming exercise lessons and its accompanying cellular functions violate Nike’s “sturdy portfolio of patents” defending a long time of digital sport improvements.

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Nike says Lululemon’s alleged infringement is “objectively reckless, realizing, intentional, deliberate, and wilful” and is claiming damages as much as thrice the quantity discovered or assessed by a court docket.

The authorized scuffle between two of the world’s largest health gamers highlights the mounting competitors within the booming train market.

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It comes on the heels of Lululemon’s lawsuit towards Peloton Interactive Inc. that accused the stationary bicycle maker of promoting “knock-off” bras and pants.

Lululemon acquired Mirror in 2020 because the pandemic catapulted the at-home health market to new heights.

The machine, which appears like an enormous shiny hybrid between a smartphone and TV, sells for a base value of $1,895 in Canada plus a $49 month-to-month subscription payment to entry reside and on-demand exercises together with yoga, kick-boxing and meditation.

© 2022 The Canadian Press

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