Mueller Sports Medicine files lawsuit over kinesiology tape products

“For more than 60 years, Mueller has invested in research and development of its portfolio of innovative sports medicine products to help athletes enhance their performance and recover from sports-related injuries,” said John Cayer, President of Mueller Sports Medicine.

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Mueller Sports Medicine filed a lawsuit against KT Health on July 2, 2020 in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin (case no. 20:cv-00615) for a declaratory judgment that, among other things, Mueller’s TYPHOON® kinesiology tape products do not infringe KT Health’s trade dress and patents.

Mueller Sports Medicine for decades has been helping athletes enhance their performance and recover from sports-related injuries through a comprehensive line of sports medicine products. Among those items are the new TYPHOON® kinesiology tape products. Mueller has been manufacturing high-quality, hospital-grade sports medicine tapes for 60 years.

“For more than 60 years, Mueller has invested in research and development of its portfolio of innovative sports medicine products that our customers demand,” said John Cayer, President of Mueller Sports Medicine. “And, Mueller Sports Medicine has a history of defending its intellectual property and its rights to compete fairly in the marketplace.”

Mueller Sports Medicine was founded in 1959 by Curt Mueller. The family-owned and operated international sports medicine company offers a complete line of patented braces, supports, tapes and taping supplies, as well as Quench® Gum. Mueller Sports Medicine continues to introduce new and innovative products around the world.

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