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Matrixx v. Zila

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Matrixx Initiatives' request for temporary restraining order against Zila Pharmaceuticals Swab Technologies has been denied, Zila announces April 23. Phoenix, Ariz.-based firm says Matrixx' claims Zila breached a swab-manufacturing contract by failing to produce requested levels of swabs and raising swab prices "are wholly without merit." Zila intends "to vigorously defend these actions," has filed motion to dismiss remainder of case. Matrixx filed claim April 4 in Arizona state court, seeking temporary restraining order and monetary damages...

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