Tag: energy drink

5-Hour Energy v. 8-Hour Energy: Monopolization Claim Flops

In an unfair competition suit under 15 U.S.C. § 1125, the king of the two-ounce energy shot, 5-Hour Energy, is suing the makers of 8-Hour Energy in the Eastern District of Michigan, claiming that 8-Hour Energy falsely associates itself with 5-Hour Energy.  8-Hour Energy has tried to strike back with a monopolization claim, arguing that … Continue Reading

Energy Drink Maker Sued Over Alleged Health Risks

The maker of Redline energy drinks has been sued in federal court in California.  The plaintiff, Zack Aaronson, is seeking class action status for his lawsuit against Vital Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (operating under the trademark VPX). The plaintiff claims that VPX failed to adequately warn consumers of potential side effects and health risks associated with consuming … Continue Reading
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