Jury Clears Loofah Maker Of Infringing Patent

By Jasmin Jackson (May 11, 2022, 6:58 PM EDT) -- An Arkansas federal jury has found that sports-themed bath scrubbers sold by Infinity Headwear & Apparel LLC do not infringe a manufacturer's loofah patent.

Following a two-day trial, jurors held Tuesday that Infinity's line of bath products — which feature sports team mascot-shaped stuffed animals — do not copy the loofah design outlined in a patent held by Sorrell Holdings LLC.

Marshall S. Ney of Friday Eldredge & Clark LLP, counsel for Infinity, told Law360 on Wednesday that the company and its counsel are "pleased to finally have a resolution," noting that the "case has been pending for many years."...

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