Limbaugh Backlash Sparks Fight Over Concentra Name

Law360, New York (March 08, 2012, 7:03 PM ET) -- Ads on Rush Limbaugh’s radio show for Concentra memory pills led to customer backlash against Concentra Health Services, which has nothing to do with the homeopathic remedy, according to a Kentucky trademark suit filed Wednesday by the national health care provider seeking to protect its name.

Concentra Health and its parent company, health insurance firm Humana, sued in Kentucky federal court, saying the companies’ reputations were harmed by Maine-based Preval Group LLC, which markets the pills.

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Case Information

Case Title

Humana, Inc. et al v. Preval Group, LLC

Case Number

3:12-cv-00123

Court

Kentucky Western

Nature of Suit

Trademark

Judge

Joseph H. McKinley, Jr

Date Filed

March 6, 2012

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