Go Figure, Inc. v. Curves Int'l, Inc. (S.D. Tex.-Houston Div. 2011)

Represented health and fitness center company, Curves, in a trademark infringement and antitrust lawsuit involving a software vendor. The software vendor, Go Figure, Inc., sued Curves for declaratory relief related to Go Figure's use of Curves' trademarks as well as for purported antitrust violations under the Sherman Act after Curves developed its own health care management software. After more than two years of litigation on those charges and counterclaims of trademark infringement, the parties proceeded to trial. After only two days of witness examinations, the vendor sought a settlement, providing Curves with a take-nothing judgment and compensation.

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