Fitbit Says NJ Co. Illegally Sold Defective Wearables

Law360, New York (January 9, 2017, 4:23 PM EST) -- Fitbit Inc. on Friday accused a New Jersey company of selling millions of dollars worth of its discarded defective fitness trackers without authorization.

In a suit filed in a California court Fitbit accused Laguna 2 LLC of acquiring fitness trackers the company had scrapped as defective without the company’s knowledge, putting them in counterfeit Fitbit packaging and selling them through online retailers. 

“As such, Fitbit not only lost the opportunity to sell an authorized, high quality product to hundreds of thousands of consumers, but also has...
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