Motorola Fitness Watch Ads Deceptive, Suit Says

Law360, New York (August 16, 2013, 6:18 PM ET) -- Motorola Mobility Inc. was hit with a putative class action in Pennsylvania federal court on Friday accusing the company of falsely marketing a watch designed to track personal fitness as sweat-proof and rain-resistant and refusing to honor warranties for the product when it malfunctions.

Named plaintiff Stacie Kobylanski says she bought the Motoactv GPS sports watch in July 2012 based on Motorola’s claims that it was a sweat-proof and rain-resistant device to be used as a wearable fitness performance tracker, but the product malfunctioned weeks after...
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Case Information

Case Title

KOBYLANSKI v. MOTOROLA MOBILITY, INC.

Case Number

2:13-cv-01181

Court

Pennsylvania Western

Nature of Suit

Contract: Other

Judge

Terrence F. McVerry

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Date Filed

August 16, 2013

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