Court Grants Temporary Restraining Order Against Randy and Tara Schroeder

by louabbott on October 19, 2008

Agelive – Published October 19, 2008

A Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) will be entered against Defendants Randy Schroeder, Tara Schroeder, and Rising Sun, Inc., by the United States District Court in Utah following a hearing on October 16, 2008. Agel had requested that the Court prevent former distributors from using Agel’s trademarks, web sites, confidential lists and contact information to compete against Agel. The court stated that it will be entering a TRO.

Agel filed a lawsuit against Randy and Tara Schroeder alleging that they had violated various state and federal laws. In the TRO hearing, the Court ruled that Agel had established that there was a substantial likelihood of success on the merits that Randy Schroeder may have used email addresses and names protected by Agel’s agreement. The Court also found that there is irreparable harm to Agel if Randy Schroeder is permitted to continue the use of that confidential information.

[Randy has previously built substantial businesses with NuSkin, Rexall, Nature’s Sunshine, and Synergy Worldwide]

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