Crocs Inc. is suing a handful of major retailers for allegedly copying its iconic foam shoe.
Over 20 companies – including namesakes such as Walmart and Hobby Lobby – are accused of infringing on registered trademarks for Crocs' Classic Clog.
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The footwear company, which filed lawsuits in various U.S. District Courts, is now seeking monetary damages for violations of certain intellectual property.
The companies allegedly infringed on its "iconic design marks" which consists of its "three-dimensional configuration of the outside of an upper for a shoe" and signature holes, according to a 108-page complaint filed in the U.S. District Court of Colorado.