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Gravity Defyer shoe company settles trademark infringement lawsuit against Under Armour
Gravity Defyer shoe company settles trademark infringement lawsuit against Under Armour

A California shoe company that accused Under Armour of trademark infringement settled its lawsuit after five days before a federal court jury. Gravity Defyer Corp., which makes shock-absorbing athletic footwear using the G Defy trademark, said in a March 2013 complaint that Under Armour intentionally created its "Micro G Defy" women’s running shoe with a sound-alike name that would mislead consumers using search engines and shopping online. Retailers that sell Under Armour shoes, including Finish Line, Foot Locker, Dick's Sporting Goods and Champs Sports, also were named in Gravity Defyer's lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles. Terms of the...

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