P&G CHARGING J&J WITH "UNFAIR COMPETITION" OVER HIRING OF EXECS
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
P&G CHARGING J&J WITH "UNFAIR COMPETITION" OVER HIRING OF EXECS from Procter & Gamble in a suit filed May 27 in the Court of Common Pleas in Hamilton County, Ohio. In its complaint, P&G alleged that J&J "has systematically solicited Procter & Gamble employees knowledgeable in the skin care field to assist Johnson & Johnson in the development of its own skin care business." The impetus for the suit was J&J's hiring of two former P&G skin care execs, Neal Matheson and Steven Shaya, who also are named as defendants.
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