Bloomberg Law
Dec. 23, 2019, 7:38 PM

Fjallraven Sued for Alleged Misuse of Amazon IP Complaint System

Blake Brittain
Blake Brittain

Swedish outdoor equipment company Fjallraven has been misusing‘s intellectual property complaint system to remove competition from legitimate third-party sellers, a Dec. 23 complaint in Manhattan federal court says.

Amazon knows many of its infringement complaints “are falsely premised upon the notion that grey market goods may not be sold using intellectual property belonging to a remote manufacturer,” third-party seller WhoIsCamera says. “Nevertheless, Amazon acts upon such ill-conceived infringement complaints, thereby stifling Marketplace competition.”

WhoIs says it has sold over 500,000 products from nearly 70 brands on Amazon, including Fjallraven. WhoIs says it buys products wholesale from authorized distributors ...

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