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In Brief: Eby v. Quigley Corp. and Walgreens

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Eby v. Quigley Corp. and Walgreens: George Eby, who holds a patent on the use of zinc gluconate throat lozenges for reducing "the duration and severity of the common cold," alleges that the Cold-Eeze lozenges manufactured and distributed by Quigley and sold at Walgreen's retail outlets "directly infringe and violate one or more" of the patent claims. Instead of selling zinc gluconate lozenges, Eby, however, prefers to sell Fast Dry zinc acetate lozenges on the Internet -- he claims the zinc gluconate lozenges have "biting oral side effects." The complaint was filed on July 30 in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri, Eastern Division. According to Quigley, the suit is "without merit,...frivolous and detrimental"...
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