The jury’s in.
On June 18, the Western District jury in the Campagnolo S.R.L. v. Full Speed Ahead false advertising case found for the defendant.
Campagnolo had claimed the Seattle-based maker of bicycle components made false representations about the stiffness-to-weight ratios of the parties’ bicycle cranksets. (See most recent STL’s post about the case here.)
The jury unanimously found that Campagnolo failed to establish its claims for false advertising, common law unfair competition, or violation of the Washington Consumer Protection/Unfair Business Practices Act, awarding the plaintiff nothing.
The case cite is Campagnolo S.R.L v. Full Speed Ahead, Inc., No. 08-1372 (W.D. Wash. June 18, 2010).