US: Crocs and Skechers settle clog legal dispute
By just-style.com | 3 December 2008
Footwear companies Crocs and Skechers have agreed to settle all outstanding worldwide litigation, including a US District Court action in Colorado, with Skechers agreeing to shelve some of its moulded footwear styles.
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