A judge has ruled that Peloton must face trial regarding a 2019 class action lawsuit over Peloton class library purges.
Music publishing company Soul Assassins has filed a lawsuit against Peloton for copyright infringement and they are seeking damages of $150,000 per song used.
Peloton and iFIT announced today they have settled all the lawsuits between them, and agreed to dismiss all the claims.
The International Trade Commission has agreed to investigate whether Peloton’s Bike+ infringes upon an iFit patent.
Last week Peloton’s leaderboard patent was upheld by the PTAB and Peloton filed a new complaint against iFit for infringement on intellectual property.
iFit, the maker of NordicTrack, has filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission, asking them to block the import of Peloton’s Bike+ devices.
Two Peloton patents have been voided this week after a USPTO review found the claims to be “unpatentable”. This review came up following a countersuit from Echelon.
lululemon has now filed their own lawsuit against Peloton. They claim Peloton infringes on both design patents and trade dress – including a pair of Peloton’s athleisure / yoga pants and the lululemon Align pants.
Peloton has filed a lawsuit against lululemon seeking a judgement that the Peloton Apparel items do not infringe on lululemon patents. This was in response to a cease & desist letter lululemon sent Peloton.
Peloton was granted a new patent last week, and is now filing a lawsuit against Echelon and iFit (makers of NordicTrack) claiming they are infringing on their new patent.
Peloton has been award a victory in a patent lawsuit filed against it by Mad Dogg Athletics, when a judge dismissed the case and ruled the patents were abstract.
The DOJ, DHS, and SEC have all filed subpoenas or opened investigations of Peloton to find out more information around their actions leading up to the Peloton Tread+ recall.