Syntek Global Prevails in Court

Denton Thiede, Christopher Nemelka, and Filtagreen International Held in Contempt of Court and Sanctioned in Utah Lawsuit.

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In holding Thiede, Nemelka, and Filtagreen in contempt, Judge Parker found beyond a reasonable doubt that each of them had engaged in a pattern of making false and malicious statements regarding Syntek Global.

Draper, Utah (PRWEB) March 28, 2014

On March 25, 2014, Judge Paul B. Parker of the Third Judicial District Court of Salt Lake County, Utah issued the Court’s Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and Permanent Injunction in the civil action filed by Syntek Global, Inc. against defendants Denton Thiede and Christopher Nemelka, and their company, defendant Denton E. Thiede Worldwide Distribution, LLC, dba Filtagreen International.

Syntek brought this lawsuit to stop the defendants from their persistent efforts to publish false, disparaging comments regarding Syntek and to harass Syntek distributors. The Court previously entered a series of injunctions to stop the defendants’ improper activities, but Thiede and Nemelka refused to comply with the injunctions.

Due to the defendants’ refusal to stop making malicious and false statements about Syntek, in violation of the Court’s orders, Judge Parker held the defendants in contempt of court and entered strong sanctions in favor of Syntek. The Court entered a Permanent Injunction prohibiting the defendants from having any contact with Syntek’s distributors for any purpose or through any means. The Court ordered the immediate removal from the defendants’ websites of any content that pertains to Syntek. The Court awarded damages and attorney fees to Syntek.

In holding Thiede, Nemelka, and Filtagreen in contempt, Judge Parker found beyond a reasonable doubt that each of them had engaged in a pattern of making false and malicious statements regarding Syntek. The Court specifically found the testimony of Thiede and Nemelka not to be credible based on their appearance and demeanor, and due to inconsistencies in their sworn testimony. Syntek is satisfied that justice is being carried out through these sweeping rulings by the Utah Court (Third Judicial District Court, Salt Lake County; Civil No. 130902318).

Syntek Global looks toward the future with extreme confidence, knowing the power of the business model that has been implemented and expanded into countries across the globe since the company was founded in 2008. As announced at the 2014 Syntek Global International Convention, held in Las Vegas, Nevada on March 16-18, 2014, plans for expansion are well underway, with the introduction of new products and new business lines coming in the very near future.

For a copy of the original Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and Permanent Injunction, or for further information, please feel free to contact news(at)syntekglobal.com.


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