Aymes chairman calls for peace talks in court battle

Patrick Eraut, the chairman of Aymes, had previously unsuccessfully called for settlement talks last January

7th May, 2017
Nualtra is led by dietitian Paul Gough

The chairman of the London-based sports supplement makers Aymes International, which won a trademark infringement case against Limerick-based Nualtra last week, has called for both sides to settle their differences and avoid any future litigation.

Patrick Eraut, the chairman of Aymes, had previously unsuccessfully called for settlement talks last January prior to litigation over a trademark beginning between the two companies.

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