Declinol, Puricorp and Rogers W. Kirven Jr. Lawsuit Update: Federal Magistrate Judge Baker Denies Avantcare's Motion for Injunction

Federal Magistrate Judge David A. Baker denied Avantcare, Inc.’s Motion for Preliminary Injunction that was sought against Puricorp, the makers of Declinol, and Rogers W. Kirven Jr.

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Orlando, FL (PRWEB) March 08, 2014

Avantcare filed a lawsuit in federal court in Orlando last October, claiming among other things that Declinol ‘engaged in unfair competition’. Case number: 6:2013cv01581 and court of record: Florida Middle District Court.

"The Court has affirmed our unique position in the industry. We wish all our competitors success as together we serve those in need of help with their over-consumption issues," stated Rogers Kirven, Puricorp CEO.

Originally designed for clinical use, non-prescription, non-addictive Declinol products are natural, herbal and nutritional supplement based formulas that come in several versions and strengths to fit each person's unique needs and goals. Whether a customer wants to simply cut down or completely quit, all versions support reduced cravings and assist with minimizing withdrawal symptoms – allowing customers to arrive at their desired alcohol consumption on their own schedule.

The details of the case are available on the website of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida.

For further information for Practitioners and Healthcare Professionals or individuals seeking qualified Practitioner/Addiction Counselor help may visit http://www.PuricorpHoldings.com or call 800-775-8851. For in-home private help with alcohol overuse or for those individuals who do not yet have a Practitioner support team, visit http://www.declinol.com.


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