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Complaint Review: Kimberlyclark corporation
Kimberlyclark corporation351-Phelps drive Irving, Texas United States of America
Kimberlyclark corporation Infringement on Patent of Sanitary napkin Irving, Texas
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Fifteen minuets after telling us that we together would sue Kimberlyclark Corp, Johnson & Johnson told us we would have to persue this lawsuit alone. They had made a seperate deal with Kimberly clark corp.leaving us out in the cold. We did not have the funds to persue this lawsuit against Kimberlyclark corp, and we had only 4 more years out of seventeen years for a patents time to Licensence any other Manufacture in this line of product. So we sold the last remaining years to Johnson & Johnson with the agreemnt we had previously signed with them.
We were cheated by both with the insidous misleading on the part of Johnson & Johnson for telling us they were going to sue Kimberlyclar Corp, and Kimberlyclark infringeing on our Patent. we today would be billionaires to say the least, no court in the land would have allowed this criminal action on the part of both corporations.
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