This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Supplement marketer files separate complaints April 24 against Nature's Way, Shaklee, seeking injunctive relief and damages of $30 mil. from each firm. Suit against Nature's Way alleges improper and intentional use of Tishcon's federally registered Staywell trademark on a line of vitamin, nutritional supplements. Complaint against Shaklee challenges firm's "false and misleading" claims for its CoQHeart supplement, including claim it is "up to 333% more bioavailable than other soft gels," which "lacks sufficient scientific support" and harms sales of Tishcon's Q-Gel Coenzyme Q10, suit alleges...
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