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

8th January, 2017
Nualtra is led by dietitian Paul Gough

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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