Aymes calls for settlement in trademark row with Limerick-based Nualtra
‘I would urge both parties to make sure that commercial sense prevails,’ says Aymes boss Eraut
The chairman of London-based Aymes International, which is embroiled in a trademark infringement case against Limerick-based Nualtra, has said he believes both sides should try and reach a settlement before returning to court this week.
Nualtra is led by dietitian Paul Gough and backed by businessmen Leslie Buckley, the chairman of Independent News & Media, and Seán Corkery, the chief executive of Actavo. Patrick Eraut said a settlement would avoid further legal costs being incurred...
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