Oakley Sues Best Buy, Fry's, Others Over Eyewear Design

Law360, Los Angeles (February 14, 2014, 6:11 PM EST) -- Oakley Inc. filed suit against several eyeglass purveyors and electronics companies Friday in California federal court, alleging that Best Buy Co. Inc., Fry's Electronics Inc. and others were infringing on its design patent with sunglasses that have a camera in the frame.

The six companies named in Oakley's suit each sell some variation of a product called a Bios Action Eyewear Cam, under various closely related brand names, Oakley alleged in its suit. But Oakley said it holds a patent for the design for the frame...
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Case Title

Oakley, Inc. v. Thermor Ltd. et al


Case Number

3:14-cv-00349

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California Southern

Nature of Suit

Patent

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Dana M. Sabraw

Date Filed

February 13, 2014

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