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London supplement firm reaches legal settlement with Nualtra

25th June, 2017
Paul Gough

London-based sports supplement maker Aymes International has settled seven legal battles in Ireland and Britain between it and Limerick-based company Nualtra.

Under the terms of the settlement, which followed Aymes winning a trademark infringement case on May 2, the London company has accepted the sum of €430,000 in respect of costs and damages in full and final settlement of all outstanding litigation.

As part of the settlement Nualtra has agreed to withdraw a defamation case in...

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