FTC Orders Cycra to Pay for Falsely Claiming Its Products Were ‘Made in USA’

The order also requires the company to stop deceptive claims.

Ep. 51: New BFFs and MotoGP Racing is On Fire

KTM and MV Agusta are joined at the hip now.

OTT 51
How to Reduce Recall Liability

Ignore a written policy at your peril.

liability, recalls, law, regulations
Compliance Is Real

All it takes is one complaint to trigger a full-blown audit.

compliance, law, regulations
Harley-Davidson Facing Class Action Lawsuit for Allegedly Defective Anti-Lock Braking System

Due to an alleged defective wiring harness in the affected motorcycles’ Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS), there is a possibility of sudden, unexpected ABS braking failure for over 150,000 motorcycle owners across the country.

AirHawk International Files Lawsuit Against Wild Ass

AirHawk International recently announced that it is suing Wild Ass for patent infringement on three of its products, false advertising in violation of the Lanham Act, unfair competition under California law, tortious interference and claims against the owners of Wild Ass individually.

Arctic Cat Awarded $46.7 Million in Patent-Infringement Lawsuit Against BRP

A federal court judge for the Southern District of Florida (Miami) has awarded Arctic Cat Inc. triple damages of $46.7 million USD in a patent-infringement suit filed by the company against Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. and BRP U.S. Inc.

AirHawk International Files Lawsuit

AirHawk International announced that it recently filed in the United States District Court Central District Of California Southern Division a Complaint for Patent Infringement, False Advertising, Tortious Interference, and Unfair Competition against various parties related to a product called “Wild Ass Motorcycle Cushion.”

Dainese Responds to Lawsuits Against Alpinestars

With respect to Alpinestars’ “Statement regarding press coverage of Patent Challenge,” and for the sake of clarity, Dainese deemed it necessary to reply to the claim.