Orlando, Florida (PRWEB) October 28, 2013
October 11, 2013 – Avantcare filed a lawsuit in federal court in Orlando against Rogers W. Kirven, Jr., Access Health Partners, LLC, Fifty K Group, LLC, Puricorp Holdings, LLC, Declinol LLC, Puridone LLC, and Apiquel LLC (collectively, the “Defendants”). The lawsuit alleges the Defendants infringed Avantcare’s trademarks and copyrights, misappropriated Avantcare’s trade secrets, engaged in unfair competition and deceptive trade practices, and breached a contract with Avantcare.
Case number: 6:2013cv01581 and court of record: Florida Middle District Court
“Avantcare and its founders have spent countless hours and millions of dollars over the last two decades developing Avantcare’s cutting edge addiction cessation products for alcohol, smoking, and prescription drugs,” said Frank Gibson, Avantcare’s CEO. “We have invested heavily and taken countless steps to ensure our products are safe, reliable, and effective. Avantcare’s goal is to help as many people as possible overcome addiction and the overuse of alcohol, cigarettes, and drugs by providing a natural way to curb cravings and minimize symptoms of withdrawal.”
“At Avantcare, we think competition is healthy, and we support those who innovate and strive to help others in their fight against alcohol, cigarettes, and drugs. We will not, however, allow others to profit from the valuable proprietary formulas, manufacturing methods, and consumer goodwill we have spent as much as twenty years building. We actively and aggressively protect our intellectual property and enforce our rights. That is what we are doing in this case.”
The details of the case are available on the website of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida. See summary here
The Defendants have no association or connection with Avantcare, Inc. or any of its products separate and apart from the aforementioned litigation. The Defendants and their respective names may be trademarks of third parties, and Avantcare makes no claims related thereto.