Judge Tena Campbell – Motion for Preliminary Injunction denied

WORLD HEALTH PRODUCTS, LLC, a Utah limited liability company, Plaintiff, vs. CHELATION SPECIALISTS, LLC, a Utah limited liability company, RONALD PARTAIN, JR., an individual, RONALD PARTAIN, SR., an individual, PATRICK HAYES, an individual, and DOES 1 through 5, Defendants.

Case No. 2:06 CV 633

2006 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 61444

August 28, 2006

Plaintiff created and sells a suppository product called Detoxamin. The Detoxamin suppository provides one method by which an individual can pursue chelation therapy.

World Health’s filed a motion for a preliminary injunction asking the court to prevent defendants from marketing a competing products. World Health alleges that Kelatox infringes a patent held by World Health and also claims that Chelation misappropriated World Health’s customer list in an effort to steal customers.

The Court held that: “World Health is unable to establish that it will likely succeed on the merits of its case. Additionally, consideration of the harm that an injunction would cause, as well as the public’s interest, leads to the conclusion that an injunction is not warranted.”

Motion for preliminary injunction denied.

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