Getting on the lift
- Mar 12, 2020
I wouldn’t sweat it. I’ve been doing patent litigation for 20+ years and injunctions are rarer than hens teeth these types of cases.Yes, that's why I led off with "Kind of a relevant factoid".
Agreed. But an injunction is a possible outcome of the complaint. That's my concern.
I really appreciate that Head/Tyrolia brought the Protector to market. I want the added ACL safety and was planning to go all-in this summer and get Protectors on all the skis in my quiver.
But, heck, now this VSD vs Head thing has thrown a lot of uncertainty into my mind about the future of the Protector. For example: if an injunction happens... will Protectors remain on the indemnified list like normal binding models??? Since the indemnified list is driven by legal & insurer priorities, I'm guessing the answer may not necessarily be a "yes".