ANTIAGING Institute of California Review

Adonis Kish filed the civil action against Antiaging and Ershadi on March 12, 2015 in the Superior Court of the State of California for the County of Los Angeles alleging breach of an Exclusivity Agreement, in addition to Fraud and Misrepresentation for absconding with $400,000.00 (USD) of Adonis Kish Company’s money. | On April 15, 2016, Antiaging and Ershadi filed a Cross-Complaint against Adonis Kish claiming trademark infringement and breaching the same Agreement. Antiaging and its majority shareholder, President and Chief Executive Officer (Ershadi) made demonstrable, fraudulent misrepresentations to Adonis Kish and manufactured claims of trademark ownership and infringement in order to materially breach the Exclusivity Agreement that gave Adonis Kish a five (5) year exclusive representation for importing Antiaging products into Iran. | On August 17, 2017, the Court ruled against Antiaging Institute of California and found that they could not and cannot establish ownership of any trademarks and that they have no protectible rights in the United States. At that time, the Court rejected the claims put forth by Antiaging and Ershadi and found no legal basis for those claims and, therefore, rejected those claims. | On February 20, 2019, the Court again ruled against Antiaging Institute of California on a Motion for Summary Judgment as to Adonis Kish’ claims. In ruling in favor of Adonis Kish and against Antiaging Institute of California for the lawsuit, the Court awarded Adonis Kish the full $400,000.00 plus attorneys fees and costs finding that Antiaging Institute of California wrongfully kept Adonis Kish’s money and refused to return it. | As of the date of this letter, neither Antiaging nor Ershadi have returned Adonis Kish’ money.

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Name: ANTIAGING Institute of California

Country: United States

State: California

City: Beverly Hills

Address: 9663 Santa Monica Blvd #1462

Phone: 310.858.7006

Website: www.b4uage.com

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