A pair of suppliers to the RV industry are headed back to court after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit revived the infringement claims made after a patented two-part seal was discovered on an RV in an Elkhart County, Ind., factory, The Indiana Lawyer reported.

According to The Indiana Lawyer, Lifetime Industries has alleged that its competitor, Trim-Lok, copied its special design for a two-part seal that attaches at the slide-out room (the section of the RV that expands outward to create a larger interior space).

The seal, which prevents water, debris and drafts from sweeping inside the RV, is touted as being easily reconfigured for different slide-outs, The Indiana Lawyer explained..

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