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P&G Sues Operators Of Black Market For Stolen Fusion Razors In Massachusetts

January 8, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Procter & Gamble Co., through its Gillette brand, filed a lawsuit against several named and unnamed defendants in Lowell, Massachusetts, for allegedly operating a black market for stolen Fusion razor blades. Seeking unspecified damages for the alleged violations of the company’s trademark and design patent rights, the lawsuit also names an eBay company called drinks4almed. P&G claims the unnamed defendants stole blades from the company’s South Boston world headquarters and sold it to Leonardo A. Job.
"P&G lawsuit targets black market sales of high-end razors", bizjournals.com, January 08, 2016, © American City Business Journals
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