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P&G Files Trademark Suit Against HABA-Davion

October 4, 2006

● Consumer products maker Procter & Gamble Co. filed a lawsuit against HABA-Davion Inc. for trade dress and trademark infringement involving several beauty care brands.
The lawsuit, filed in August in U.S. Federal District Court in New Jersey, is related to Procter & Gamble’s Secret brand and its Old Spice Red Zone and High Endurance brands of deodorants.
“P&G seeks to have the distribution of the infringing products stopped,” a spokesperson from the company said.
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