X.Labs Sues FLIR

By: John Honovich, Published on Sep 16, 2020

X.Labs, the maker of Feevr, has sued FLIR, the publicly traded thermal imaging developer, alleging, in the complaint, that "FLIR was guilty of fraud, oppression and/or malice toward X.Labs."

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FLIR "was X.Labs’ supplier for one of the [Feevr] system’s key components" - the FLIR ONE Pro. Now, X.Labs is seeking damages "of no less than $1 million".

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

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Complaint ********

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