Finnegan Podcast Discusses IP Considerations for Sports and Fitness Products
WASHINGTON, DC—In the sports and fitness industries, technology is not only advancing games and activities, but the equipment itself is a technological innovation. Products like fitness wearables, sports equipment, apparel, and footwear are now manufactured with embedded technology that helps improve training and performance. The collaboration between sports and fitness equipment manufacturers and technology developers creates new opportunities that require the protection and enforcement of intellectual property. In a recent podcast, Finnegan attorneys Danny M. Awdeh and Aaron L. Parker discuss the importance of patent and trademark protection in this emerging product sector and how companies are using intellectual property to brand their products. Click here to listen to the podcast.
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Contact: Danny M. Awdeh, Partner
Aaron L. Parker, Partner