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Brompton drops injunction against Dahon’s Curl

Folding-bike maker Dahon has said an injunction against its new Curl bike has been dropped by Brompton. Brompton issued its copyright-infringement injunction on the first day of the Eurobike show in August. 

"We raised an injunction against the Dahon Curl but withdrew due to the requirement for a high level of ‘urgency’", said Brompton CEO Will Butler-Adams. "In such a scenario we are required to pay any legal fees of the other party."

Dahon CEO Dr. David Hon said: "Thanks to our many patents, the Curl is stiffer, faster and more compact."

He added: "Technological evolution must march on. Let’s all green the world together!"

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