Icon Health & Fitness has accused Nautilus of infringing on...

Icon Health & Fitness has accused Nautilus of infringing on its One Touch and Quick Speed trademarks through the buttons and the user manual of its TreadClimber. The lawsuit, filed in the Central District Court of Utah, also says that Nautilus has been making false claims about its Max Trainer, ...

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