Forest River Wins Trademark Infringement Case Against inTech Trailers, Awarded Millions in Damages

ELKHART, Ind. – Forest River, Inc., the largest manufacturer of recreational vehicles, cargo trailers, pontoon boats, buses, vans, and commercial vehicles in North America, has emerged victorious in a trademark infringement lawsuit against inTech Trailers Inc. The jury’s unanimous verdict of willful infringement and the subsequent award of millions in damages reaffirms Forest River’s commitment to protecting its trademark rights. Forest River’s East To West brand, known for its DELLA TERRA travel trailers featuring a distinctive mountain design, has been a success in the market since its launch in 2018. However, in late 2020, inTech … Read more

Tree Thief’s Claim of Ancient Forest Rights Denied, Guilty Verdicts Upheld by Judge

ROLFE, Iowa – A district court judge has denied a repeated effort by a man accused of stealing trees from the state to negate his guilty verdicts. Jason Levant Ferguson, 41, of Rolfe, was convicted in November of felony theft and 50 timber violations. His attorney, Kevin Fors of Harcourt, argued that the jury made an error in the conviction, insisting that Ferguson had the right to cut firewood and timber from public land for survival purposes. Fors has invoked England’s Charter of the Forest, a document from 800 years ago that established the rights … Read more

Forest Hill Cycling Shop Abruptly Closes, Customers Left Stranded and Lawsuit Looms

RICHMOND, Va. – A popular cycling shop in Forest Hill, Coqui Cyclery, has abruptly closed its doors, leaving customers in the dark about the status of their bikes and orders. The store, located at 3416 Semmes Ave, has been unresponsive to customer inquiries and has ceased all communication. Adding to the complications, the bike shop is facing a lawsuit from Giant Bicycles USA, a California-based bike-maker, alleging unpaid goods totaling nearly $150,000. The future of Coqui Cyclery remains uncertain, as it is unclear if the store will reopen. Customers have taken to social media platforms … Read more