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NEW YORK (Reuters) -Nike Inc on Wednesday filed a lawsuit accusing Lululemon Athletica (NASDAQ:) Inc of patent infringement for making and selling the Mirror Home Gym and related mobile apps without authorization.
In a complaint filed in U.S. District Court in Manhattan, Nike (NYSE:) accused Lululemon of having “summarily” rejected its demand that it stop infringing six patents.
The lawsuit seeks triple damages for Lululemon’s alleged willful infringement, and a variety of other remedies.
Lululemon and its lawyers did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
The complaint also names Curiouser Products, which operates as Mirror, as a defendant.
Lululemon bought Mirror, an at-home fitness company with an interactive workout platform featuring live and on-demand classes, for about $453 million in July 2020, according to a regulatory filing.
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