Huddly AS – US court order stops infringement of Huddly IP

On 17 May 2022 the United States District Court of the Northern District of California issued a court order in which it fully supports Huddly’s claim against the company Suzhou Washeng Technology Co. Ltd. (also known as “Hamedal”).

This means that Hamedal is permanently required to stop all use of trademarks that the US Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (“TTAB”) previously has found to be infringing on Huddly’s trademarks.

“Huddly’s success as innovation leader in the videoconferencing market makes it tempting to steal our intellectual property. This is unacceptable, and the decision of the United States District Court of the Northern District of California should serve as a warning to any other parties with similar intentions. Huddly is stepping up the game to protect our IP and we already see the results”, says Alexander Woxen, CEO of Huddly.

Hamedal must permanently stop any marketing, manufacture, and/or sale of its V20 videoconferencing camera or any other product with a design confusingly similar to the trade dress of Huddly’s videoconferencing cameras Huddly GO or Huddle IQ. It is also declared that Hamedal wilfully infringes Huddly’s federally protected trademarks and trade dress. Huddly retains the right to pursue damages and cost in courts of competent jurisdiction and any suitable tribunals upon future discovery or further information.

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