Columbia sues Wuxly over heat-reflective design

Columbia Sportswear is suing Wuxly, an outerwear company registered in Canada, for allegedly infringing a design patent regarding heat-reflective material. The lawsuit (U.S. number 655,921) was filed on April 27. According to the plaintiff, Wuxly’s Sabertooth line of jackets uses lightweight underlining that infringes Columbia’s Omni-Heat reflective material. More specifically, ...

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