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P&G prevails in Utah

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Procter & Gamble indicates that it will continue to "take appropriate legal measures when competitors unfairly undermine the reputation of [its] brands or [the] company" in March 19 release announcing its legal victory over four Amway distributors in Salt Lake City federal district court. The jury awarded P&G $19.25 mil. in the suit, which revolved around the company's allegation that Amway employees perpetuated rumors suggesting ties between P&G and the Church of Satan. P&G previously had less success with its defamation charges, at least twice having been ordered to recompense Amway for its troubles following the suit's dismissal (1"The Rose Sheet" Jan. 10, 2000, In Brief)...
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