Posted March 28, 2024
Stromer ST7.

OBERWANGEN, Switzerland (BRAIN) — MyStromer AG and Revolt Zycling AG settled a patent infringement lawsuit with the latter signing a cease-and-desist order and agreeing to pay a confidential settlement amount.

Posted February 21, 2024

PHILADELPHIA (BRAIN) — A settlement was reached Friday in State Farm Insurance Company's civil action lawsuit against Rad Power Bikes on behalf of an insured homeowner client who suffered property damage after his e-bike caught fire.

Posted February 5, 2024
Seeks $2M in damages.

SOUTH KINGSTOWN, R.I. (BRAIN) — A man is suing Shimano North America and Trek Bicycle for $2 million in damages after his bike's Shimano V-brake lever impaled his thigh during a fall on a bike path.

Posted January 9, 2024

RICHMOND, Va. (BRAIN) — Giant Bicycle has filed a lawsuit against Coqui Cyclery for unpaid inventory, while a customer is suing the same shop saying the retailer took payment for a bike assembly that was never completed.

Posted December 13, 2023

SEATTLE (BRAIN) — A man who filed a class-action lawsuit in September against Rad Power Bikes for allegedly manufacturing a faulty fork and quick-release skewer design has dropped his complaint.

The notice of voluntary dismissal without prejudice was filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Seattle.

Posted October 4, 2023

PHILADELPHIA (BRAIN) — Trek, SRAM, a Taiwanese hub maker, a Trek-owned retail store and an independent Trek dealer are all named in a product liability case involving an alleged coaster brake failure two years after the coaster-brake hub was recalled.

Posted September 22, 2023

SEATTLE (BRAIN) — Rad Power Bikes defended its quality control standards and denied the liability claim of a class-action lawsuit filed last week that a faulty fork and quick-release skewer design can cause the wheel to disengage.

Posted September 18, 2023
Plaintiff's counsel: 'Rad Power Bikes put profit over the safety of its riders.'

SEATTLE (BRAIN) — A Maryland man filed a class-action lawsuit against Rad Power Bikes on behalf of himself and other consumers for manufacturing a faulty fork and quick-release skewer design that combined with the weight of the bike can allow the wheel to disengage.

Posted September 8, 2023

SAN FRANCISCO (BRAIN) — A trial date was established Thursday in a man's lawsuit claiming general negligence, product liability, and breach of warranty against Rad Power Bikes after the case management conference was canceled.

Posted August 31, 2023

WILMINGTON, Del. (BRAIN) — Wahoo Fitness and Zwift have agreed to settle a patent suit over Zwift's Hub stationary trainer. 

A court filing Thursday shows both sides are asking the court to dismiss Wahoo's patent suit against Zwift and any counterclaims, with each side to pay their own legal fees. 

Posted July 19, 2023
Drawing from U.S. Patent 9739331

DENVER (BRAIN) — A U.S. District Court denied Fox Factory a preliminary injunction that would have forced SRAM to immediately take some RockShox forks off the market. Fox sued SRAM last July, claiming that the air bleed valves on some RockShox forks infringe on its patents.

Posted February 26, 2023

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (BRAIN) — Princeton Carbon Works prevailed after a two-week jury trial in which SRAM LLC had accused the company of infringing on two patents for aero wheels.

Posted January 18, 2023

PHILADELPHIA (BRAIN) — State Farm Insurance Company has filed an amended complaint against Rad Power Bikes, adding a Taiwanese bike manufacturer and a battery pack manufacturer as defendants, in its lawsuit on behalf of a homeowner who suffered property damage from a fire.


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