Mad Vision Files $1M Fraud Suit Against Michael Pachleitner Group for Alleged False Representation of Their Red Bull Racing Eyewear & Red Bull SPECT Licensing Agreement

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On July 6, 2017, Mad Vision formally commenced litigation in the Circuit Court of Miami- Dade County, Florida against Michael Pachleitner Group [MPG]. The origins of the MPG cause of action can be found in early 2015, when Mad Vision and MPG entered into a distribution agreement for the highly-anticipated Red Bull Racing Eyewear brand in the US.

On July 6, 2017, Mad Vision formally commenced litigation in the 11th Judicial Circuit Court of Miami-Dade County, Florida against Michael Pachleitner Group [MPG] Case No. 2017-016185-CA-01. The origins of the MPG cause of action can be found in early 2015, when Mad Vision and MPG entered into a distribution agreement for the highly-anticipated Red Bull Racing Eyewear brand in the US. The product line encompassed both the optical and sport networks with a range of products that supported the extreme lifestyle populated over the years by the Red Bull brand.

A 3-year licensing agreement was awarded to Mad Vision, a partnership between eyewear industry veteran, Guillaume Pottecher, and Marc Aptakin, owner of South Florida-based Mad, a full service creative agency.

In June 2016, just 9 months following the launch of the U.S. line, the agreement was terminated.

About Mad Vision:
Mad Vision distributes eyewear brands that produce an incredibly diverse range of styles in both the non-optical and optical markets. With luxury, designer, sport, and affordable eyewear, our portfolio provides an option for any taste and demographic. Brands include Vinyl Factory, Aston Martin Eyewear, Courreges, Von Arkel Switzerland, iHUMAN, and Freakshow.

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