JUUL Files Lawsuit Against 30 Entities For Selling Fake Products

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JUUL Labs, an e-cig maker, announced Tuesday (Sept. 11) that it has filed trademark claims against 30 entities in China for selling counterfeit JUUL products on eBay.

In a press release, the company said the Federal Court in the Eastern District of Virginia granted it a temporary restraining order and froze the PayPal accounts of the entities that were selling fake products without regulatory oversight or the age verification processes JUUL employs. JUUL said the filing represents the company’s commitment to keeping fake JUUL products off the market and to protect the consumer and fight underage usage.

“Counterfeit products pose a significant risk to the public, and we are taking swift action to stop those who

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