FLIR Moves To Dismiss X.Labs Lawsuit

By John Honovich, Published on Oct 05, 2020

FLIR has filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit X.Labs filed against it, alleging that X.Labs is attempting to force FLIR to supply its products "for an unapproved health function for which it is not suited".

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FLIR "was X.Labs’ supplier for one of the [Feevr] system’s key components" - the FLIR ONE Pro, as X.Labs explained in its original complaint.

In this note, we overview the motion and key issues involved.

Motion ** ******* ********

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**** ****** **** ** could ****** *** ********* with *.****:

**** *** ********* ******* to ********* *** ********** agreement **** ** ******* cause

**** ******* ************** **** *.****** ******** ** *** motion, **** ********:

*********** *** ***********.FLIR *** ********* this Agreement and/or any Product Schedule without ***** **** ** **** prior written notice to Company or such other period of notice as may be required by law. [emphasis added]

**** *** ******** *** FLIR *** *** ******* as ******** ** * margin ** ***** ** ±3°C, ******** **** *.****:

******* * ******* ********* legal ******—**** **** **** falsely ********** *** ******’* capabilities ** **** ***** Plaintiff’s *****—******** ** *** head *** **** ******* for ***** ***** *********** laws **** *******.

SWORD *** ***** **********

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******* *************** *** **** ******:

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** ***** ****,**** **** ** ******** the **** ************* *.****, ****** *.**** sign * *** *** (**** ********* *******). **** *** *** listed *** **** *** Pro:

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************, **** ***** * clause ** *** **** agreement ************ ******* ***** devices **** *** ******** for ******* ***:

*.*. ******* ***. ******* understands *** ************ **** theProducts *** *** ******** *** *** *******- ** ******-******* **** (*********, ******* **********, any *** *** *********** *********** ** ******) nor have any of the Products been cleared or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration ("FDA") or any other governmental authority. [emphasis added]

**** ******, **** ******* this, *.**** ********* ** promote **** *** **** temperature *********:

** *** *, ****, a **** ************** ********* that ********* “*********** ************ FLIR’s ********* [**** ****] cannot ******* *** ********** that **** ** *** FLIR *** *** ** screen *** ***** ** sickness.” ********* ********* **** it “**** *** ******* the **** *** *** camera *** ******** **** temperature ********.” *******, ** Plaintiff’s ********* ***** *****, Plaintiff ** **** ******** that *** ******** ***** mobile **** *********** ******* application *** ***** ** FLIR’s ******-******* **** *** Pro **********.

**** **** ** *** complaint **** **** ** why **** ******* ** provide *.**** **** **** products:

**** **** ******* *** FLIR *** *** ******* would ** **** *** non-approved **** *********** *********, rather **** ******* *********, FLIR ******** *** ******* to ******* *********’* *****.

**** **** ******* **** X.Labs ***** ********* ** developing *********** ******* ********:

*** ********* ** ****** of *** ********** **** Plaintiff *** *** *********, experience, ** ***** ****** of ********** *** ********* a *****-******* *********** **** temperature ******* *******.

November ******* *********

******** ** ************ ******** *, ****, on **** ****** ** dismiss.

Separate *.**** ******* ******* ****

**** ** *** * party ** **** ******, though **** ** ********* in *.****' ********* ******* FLIR *** ****'* ****** to ******* *** ********** FLIR **** ******** ** IPVM *********

** *** ****, *.**** sued **** (*** *.**** ******* ********* against ****). ** **** ***** a ****** ** ****** under **********'* ****-******** (*** ****'* ****-****** ******).

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