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Court of Appeals Reverses Preliminary Injunction in Patent and Trade Dress Dispute

February 20, 2024

Steven J. Knight, Justice David Medina, Amber Ali and Amy Jo Foreman represented Kangaroo on appeal

A recent Law360 article discusses Chamberlain Hrdlicka's appellate victory in the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. The Court reversed a preliminary injunction entered against our client, Kangaroo, LLC, which operates a single children’s indoor trampoline play park in a small town in Texas. Urban Air, which operates play parks across the country, sued Kangaroo because the building Kangaroo leases and the play equipment inside was previously used by an Urban Air franchisee. Steven J. Knight and Justice David Medina, Co-Chairs of Chamberlain Hrdlicka’s National Appellate Practice, as well as Amber Ali and Amy Jo Foreman represented Kangaroo on appeal.

"With this appeal decided, we are hopeful that any remaining issues in the case can be resolved amicably on behalf of our client," said Knight.

For full article, go to: https://www.law360.com/ip/articles/1803890/fed-circ-reverses-injunction-in-adventure-parks-ip-suit

Or learn more from our Appellate Blog: https://www.chamberlainlaw.com/appellate-blog/court-of-appeals-reverses-preliminary-injunction-in-patent-and-trade-dress-dispute