Fitbit late fall lawsuit against Jawbone




Fitbit is no longer going to engage in a legal battle with Jawbone. The case was filed with the US International Trade Commission has been revoked by Fitbit, thus appearing a possible ban of the job.

Jawbone has stated in a reaction to Recode given that the matter falls through. The legal argument revolved around alleged patent infringement of Jawbone with its wearable fitness devices; Therefore Fitbit had asked the International Trade Commission to declare a ban. Because the charge is withdrawn, Jawbone does not worrying about that being wearables can not sell in the United States.

The main reason to drop the matter is the fact that the fitness trackers Jawbone yet sold barely, as Fitbit announced in the request that was sent to the International Trade Commission. Also, the company is in a precarious financial situation, which saw more Fitbit no salvation in the lawsuit.

It is not the first legal collision between Fitbit and Jawbone. Earlier this year, won Fitbit a case brought by Jawbone. Again it went to alleged patent infringement, and by winning the case Fitbit could so just keep selling his fitness trackers.

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