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Jerry Leigh to continue to offer HoodieBuddie & HB3 products
Aug '11
Jerry Leigh of California Inc, a leading apparel design, manufacturing, and brand management firm announced the global settlement of all pending litigation between it and Dragon Crowd Garment Inc. dba Colorfast Apparel, Inc., and Lowdown Distribution, Inc., dba Colorfast Apparel, Inc. The settlement resolves all claims between these companies in litigation pending in the U.S. District Courts for the Central District of California and the District of Utah.

Jerry Leigh will continue to offer its innovative HoodieBuddie and HB3 Technology products and to license related intellectual property. As part of the settlement, Jerry Leigh purchased additional patent rights relating to products that include a lanyard or drawstring with integrated ear buds and wiring to connect to an audio device.

Jerry Leigh's President, Andrew Leigh, said, "We are very pleased with this settlement. The outcome reinforces Jerry Leigh's position as the original developer of our exclusive HoodieBuddie and HB3 Technology products and the owner of the underlying intellectual property. Together with our existing portfolio of intellectual property, including pending patents, trademarks and other rights, the patents acquired in this settlement further extend the intellectual property protection we provide for our customers and licensees. Jerry Leigh will continue to provide our customers and licensees with great products and exclusive designs blending fashion and technology for today's lifestyles."

Jerry Leigh is a leading design, manufacturing and brand management firm, servicing the nation's top retailers through a wide range of brands and licenses. With headquarters in California, satellite offices in New York and Florida, and state of the art manufacturing operations in Mexico, Guatemala, and China, the company's 1000+ associates are dedicated to serving the needs of their brand and retail partners. Jerry Leigh distributes at all tiers of distribution, from boutiques to mass market, and manufactures apparel that reflects consumer lifestyles.

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