Diet Supplements Violated TM With Steroid Link, Jurors Hear

Law360 (June 3, 2021, 9:52 PM EDT) -- A Texas-based dietary supplement company and its owner intentionally tried to make their product sound like illegal anabolic steroids and violated a trademark in doing so, an attorney for Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Inc. told a Georgia federal jury Thursday.

Dynamic Sports Nutrition LLC and its owner, Brian Clapp, knew they were infringing on the trademark of the supplement Dianabol with a similar product, D-Anabol 25, but did so anyway, Hi-Tech attorney Arthur Leach of the Law Office of Arthur W. Leach said. It's part of a pattern by Clapp, who has consistently given his products names similar to anabolic steroids, even though...

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