Thursday, September 27, 2012

Nike accused adidas of copying sneakers used at the Olympic Games

Two of the biggest manufacturers of sports equipment will play a battle in court.
The American Nike decided to open an action against the German adidas, its main competitor, with the accusation that he copied some shoes at the Olympic Games in London.

Nike, which launched in February the Flyknit shoes, found during the Games in London, similarities in the Adidas shoes, and went to court.

Nike filed a lawsuit in Germany accusing adidas of 'patent infringement' and claiming that the sneaker 'Adizero primeknit', launched by adidas in July, is a copy of your product.

In the lawsuit, Nike maintains that its business is based on the exclusivity of its products and, therefore, the competitor must be punished.

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