Under Armour Continues Push To Invalidate Adidas Patents

Law360, New York (March 3, 2016, 6:22 PM EST) -- An Adidas patent covering workout-tracking software and devices improperly attempts to assert claims that are too broad, Under Armour told a Delaware federal judge Thursday in its fight with the German sporting goods manufacturer over wearable tech patents.

Maryland-based Under Armour Inc. and its subsidiary MapMyFitness Inc. took aim at one of the 10 Adidas AG patents in their ongoing dispute over a “location-aware” wearable training system that allows its users to view and monitor data about their exercise routines via their smartphone. The company argues the patent is invalid because it attempts to assert a claim for both the system...

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