US: Columbia Sportswear urges court to dismiss lawsuit
By Katie Smith | 23 July 2012
Outdoor apparel and footwear firm Columbia Sportswear has urged Lane County Circuit Court to dismiss a lawsuit claiming the company used Innovative Sports' technology to produce heated clothing.
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