Enhanced Athlete Court case winning

Enhanced Athlete (EA) deals in medical and health services. It offers products which have been verified to be helpful to the athletes. The products are safe for consumption since they contain ingredients. Charles Anthony Hughes (CEO) and Scott Cavell are the main founders of the company. It provides fat building and burning elements through various posts on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.

Products include; Blue Ox Testosterone Motivator. As a man, one knows the importance of this hormone. The product assists in increasing levels of the hormone. Advantages of this product are: increased sex thrill and performance, makes one look young, and increment in hormones. It possesses many ingredients which serve so many purposes in the body. The Enhanced Athlete fitness coaching has various programs, where one acquires one by buying. The person then will be contacted by a fitness coach after a certain period. The program ensures that one builds up according to their preference. Enhanced Gear is a platform where people can access clothing or accessories they require. For instance, stringers, Diet starts tomorrow V-neck t-shirts, hoodies snapbacks among others.

On October 17, 2017, Nutrition Distribution LLC filed case accusing Enhanced Athlete in Eastern District court in California. Enhanced Athlete won the case that was brought against them. It was on false promotion of the products. The claimant accused the defendant of distribution of its products were at risk because its opponents in the market were advertising information which they claimed was not correct. EA defended itself by proposing that the complainant wants to destroy other companies financially due to the various cases taken to court, arguing that it is the best industry compared to the other competitors. The complainant was not interested in much instead wanted a certain amount of money to be paid as a form of compensation for their decrease in sales or else meet up in court. Enhanced Athlete further defends itself by claiming that there was no evidence provided that proved that the company had problems since there is no relation in the promotions and the alleged company’s sales decrease. Nutrition Distribution proceeded to preliminary injunction claiming it experienced a reduction in sales. However, the court judged in support of the Dependent saying that indeed there was no major connection between the decrease in sales and the deceptive advertisements. Scott Cavell, the manager, says Enhanced Athlete will not be a victim of the Nutrition Distribution plans.