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With the e-bikes market predicted to triple over the next decade, a top brand’s lawyer explains why we can expect to see more litigation.
The global electric bicycle market generated $24.9 billion in 2020 and is estimated to reach $66.5 billion by 2030, according to Allied Market Research.
A rise in health-consciousness and preferences towards more eco-friendly means of transport are driving up sales, leading to greater competition in the market. And with competition comes IP disputes.
US brand Volton Bicycles recently celebrated a successful trademark opposition proceeding against a rival.
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