BURLINGAME, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In response to a civil lawsuit filed last month by Spin Master, Ltd. against Brix 'N Clix, Rehco LLC and CYI Inc., for alleged infringement of the "Flutter bye Flying Fairy," Saul Jodel, co-owner of Brix 'N Clix, stated: "Spin Master's actions are offensive and without merit. In actuality, Rehco is the inventor of this original technology and Spin Master began using it without license or authorization. Rehco is currently suing Spin Master for patent infringement. Spin Master's recent suit is nothing more than meritless retaliation. We have spent a tremendous amount of resources to bring our innovative Starfly product to market. Our reputations as innovators with our customers, based on a combined 50 years in the toy industry, will not be sullied by this unfounded suit."
Brooks Kushman P.C., counsel for Brix N Clix and Rehco, LLC, further commented: "We've seen these types of cases before. A big company tries to stifle competition from small business by unjustly using the court system. The facts are quite simple: Rehco, LLC is an original inventor of technology and design used for the Starfly product and owner of patents and patent applications relating to the Starfly product. Brix 'N Clix is a rightful licensee to that technology and design. We will file an appropriate response to the litigation and we will also pursue any and all remedies available to Brix 'N Clix and Rehco."