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Nike Sues Lululemon Over Mirror Home Gym

Nike has filed a lawsuit against Lululemon, accusing the company of multiple patent infringement for manufacturing and selling their Mirror Home Gym, and the accompanying app.

Lululemon bought at-home fitness company Mirror for A$632 million in July 2020. Nike claims the operation infringes six of its patents, including technology that sets performance goals based on exertion, a digital element where you compete with other users, and performance recording metrics.

Lululemon said in a statement: “The patents in question are overly broad and invalid. We are confident in our position and look forward to defending it in court.”

In December, the company said it “respects intellectual property” but rejects Nike’s patent claims.



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