NordicTrack Maker Says Peloton's New Bike Infringes IP

Law360 (October 15, 2020, 9:08 PM EDT) -- Icon Health & Fitness lodged a patent infringement suit in Delaware federal court Thursday, accusing Peloton of copying its technology with its new Bike+ product and continuing a "pattern of infringing."

Icon Health & Fitness Inc., which makes NordicTrack products, claims that Peloton wanted to seize on "unprecedented market demand" brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic for convenient, interactive home fitness options, and copied its technology to do so.

"Peloton made a conscious decision to willfully infringe Icon's patented technology so it could introduce a new 'game changing' technology to appropriate market share and otherwise irreparably harm Icon during this market...

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