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Axinn Wins Dismissal of Trademark and Copyright Infringement Complaint
June 23, 2014

On June 23, a Connecticut district judge granted a motion to dismiss filed by Axinn client Nautilus, Inc. in a lawsuit brought by Oban US, LLC.  Oban’s Complaint alleged that Nautilus was liable for indirect trademark and copyright infringement because Nautilus licensed its Bowflex trademark to a company that, according to the allegations in Oban’s Complaint, placed the Bowflex mark on heart rate monitors that directly infringed Oban’s trademark and copyright.  In granting the motion, the district court dismissed all claims against Nautilus.  Axinn partner Matt Becker and associate Thomas Hedemann represented Nautilus.

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