MyGo Sued Mission Beach Industries for Patent Infringement


Last month, a San Diego company, MyGo LLC filed a lawsuit against Mission Beach Industries, a San Diego Company for infringing on its patent for a GoPro camera mount.

The plaintiff alleged that the defendants infringed on its patent “the Camera Mouth Mount, or ‘164 patent” that was lawfully patented on July 25, 2017 for use with a GoPro camera.

The plaintiff further claimed that the defendant had been infringing the ‘164 patent by making, using, selling, offering for sale, exporting, and/or importing a number of camera mouth mount products called the Dummy Mount.

The plaintiff accused the defendant of causing damages, unfair competition and confusion to customers.

The plaintiff requests a trial by jury and seeks permanent injunction and payment of damages, all profit earned and further relief as the court deem fit. The case is currently pending.


MyGo LLC Vs Mission Beach Industries

Date of filing – Sept. 7

# Case – 3:18-cv-02088-WQH-BGS

Court – U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California

Cause – Infringement

Case – Patent Infringement

Plaintiff Representation – Trevor Q. Coddington, James V. Fazio III and Donny K. Samporna of San Diego IP Law Group LLP in San Diego.

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