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.
A new class action lawsuit filed against Peloton alleges they were improperly charging sales tax on the All Access & Peloton Digital membership costs.
Peloton has been sued over potential trademark infringement. World Champ Tech LLC alleges the “Bike+” name infringes on their trademark.
A proposed class action lawsuit was filed against Peloton regarding safety issues with the Peloton Tread+.
Dish Network (& Sling TV) are suing Peloton, Mirror, and NordicTrack over patents related to streaming video & dynamic quality adjustments based on bandwidth.
Icon Health & Fitness (makers of NordicTrack) have filed a new patent infringement suit against Peloton. The claim is that Peloton’s Bike+ Auto-Follow feature, in combination with the weight rack & arms sections during some workouts, infringes on a new patent that Icon was officially awarded in December.
Peloton has put a long-running legal battle with Eric Villency, designer of the original Peloton Bike, behind them. Peloton previously was awarded a summary judgement of non-infringement, and this week, was awarded $5.5 million in attorneys fees.
On the same day Peloton announced they were launching in Australia, they also filed a trademark claim in Australia to invalidate the term “spinning”, which is owned by Mad Dogg Athletics.
The USPTO appeals board yesterday ruled that they would allow a full reexamination into one of Peloton’s patents in a suit that had been brought by Echelon
Peloton will be allowed to continue selling the Peloton Bike+ after a judge declined to make a preliminary injunction in a patent lawsuit brought against Peloton by ICON Health & Fitness, makers of the NordicTrack products.
Peloton has made a filing to request that the trademarks be cancelled for the phrases “Spin” and “Spinning”, which are currently owned by Mad Dogg Athletics.