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Procter & Gamble, also known as P&G, have won in an intellectual property violation on the part of two smaller companies. An overseas company named Onuge was found guilty of distributing a product very similar to Crest Whitestrips, and MS International Enterprises LLC. was found to be importing these products. A federal court entered a permanent injunction against Onuge, preventing them from distributing any more of these products, declaring them too similar to P&G’s intellectual property.

Procter & Gamble Prevails Against Private Label Manufacturers and Distributors in Crest® Whitestrips Intellectual Property Violations