PALM BEACH, Fla., Jan. 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- IMAGE Skincare today announced it has filed a federal lawsuit against multiple unauthorized online sellers of its products. The lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, asserts claims against the defendants for federal copyright infringement, federal trademark infringement, conspiracy and violation of the federal RICO statute, among others.
IMAGE Skincare intends to vigorously pursue action against the defendants and seeks to recover monetary damages and attorney's fees in excess of $10 million. The company will also pursue an injunction permanently prohibiting the defendants from engaging in further unauthorized sales. "This lawsuit reflects IMAGE Skincare's unwavering commitment to the protection of our brand and customers," said Janna Ronert, Founder & CEO of IMAGE Skincare. "We have a comprehensive enforcement program against the unauthorized sale of our products, and we will continue to maintain a zero-tolerance policy moving forward."
IMAGE Skincare is an evidence-based clinical skin care company, providing professional skincare products and effective skincare solutions in nearly 50 countries worldwide. Driven by a passion for innovation, IMAGE Skincare is committed to research and development of the latest anti-aging, balancing, hydrating and illuminating technologies to further its mission of helping the world to Age Later®. All IMAGE Skincare products are free of parabens, petrochemicals and preservatives and are never tested on animals.
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