Tahitian Noni, XanGo settle dispute over juice

by louabbott on May 11, 2006

May 11, 2006

A three-year legal dispute over intellectual property rights to XanGo’s flagship mangosteen juice supplement has been settled.

Details weren’t available as the settlement agreement reached Thursday between Tahitian Noni International Inc. of Provo and XanGo LLC of Lehi was confidential, and all court documents concerning the dispute are sealed.

Tahitian Noni sued XanGo and several of its top executives in February 2003 in 4th District Court in Provo, alleging the executives stole Tahitian Noni’s concept for a mangosteen-based supplement while they were employed by the Provo company’s parent, Morinda Co.

The lawsuit also claimed Morinda has exclusive intellectual property rights to XanGo’s juice supplement and sought a constructive trust be imposed on all of XanGo’s assets, business opportunities, benefits and profits.

Read the entire article at the Daily Herald

Also, read our company overviews:  Xango Facts, News and Review; Tahitian Noni Facts, News and Review

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