Target, Shoemaker Exit Uggs Infringement Suit

Law360, New York (June 30, 2017, 5:20 PM EDT) -- Target Corporation was dismissed on Thursday after settling an infringement suit brought by the maker of Uggs shoes in California federal court, accusing the chain and several other shoe companies and retailers of ripping off its trademarks, trade dress and patents with competitor brands sold in stores.

Nina Footwear Corp, whose shoes and boots are sold at Target, was also dismissed from the suit after agreeing to a permanent injunction on the production and sale of one of its KIYA boots, which Ugg-maker Deckers Outdoor Corp. claimed was infringing on the patent of its Bailey Button boot.

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