US: Crocs, Inter-Pacific resolve legal wrangle
Shoe company Crocs and Inter-Pacific Trading Corporation have settled a lawsuit claiming that Inter-Pacific violated Crocs' US patents on its footwear.
According to Crocs, Inter-Pacific has agreed not to infringe patents or trade dress in the future, while Crocs will clear Inter-Pacific of any past wrongdoing.
The lawsuit claimed Inter-Pacific's 'Sunsurfer Shoes' violated Crocs' US patents.
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