MLM Cross Recruiting

A NEW LEGAL WEAPON FOR YOUR MLM COMPANY

Most Multilevel Marketing companies claim that their list of distributors is a proprietary asset of the company. When a departing distributor uses the list to solicit other distributors to follow him or her to a new company, the MLM company cries foul ball. Indeed, many MLM companies include in their Policies & Procedures provisions […]

By |May 23rd, 2016|Articles, Scott Wellman|Comments Off on A NEW LEGAL WEAPON FOR YOUR MLM COMPANY|

Licciardi v. MonaVie

An arbitrator has awarded a former MonaVie top distributor $1.2 million, ruling the Utah-based multilevel marketer of nutritional fruit juice breached a contract when it locked out Joseph Licciardi.
By |May 14th, 2015|Notable Cases|Comments Off on Licciardi v. MonaVie|
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    Judge Rules that Monavie Must Pay a Former Distributor Over $1,200,000

Judge Rules that Monavie Must Pay a Former Distributor Over $1,200,000

In a crushing defeat for MonaVie, an arbitrator in Utah has ruled that MonaVie must pay a former MonaVie distributor $1,215,000 plus cost for wrongfully terminating the distributor’s contract and for breaching its duty to act fair and in good faith.
By |May 12th, 2015|News|Comments Off on Judge Rules that Monavie Must Pay a Former Distributor Over $1,200,000|

MLM Cross-Recruiting

Is your MLM Company threatened by a former distributor who is cross-recruiting from your downline? The majority of MLM companies face the threat of cross-recruiting from a former distributor; however, once you are faced with this difficult situation, it is imperative to know who you can to turn to for legal support.
By |December 2nd, 2013|Articles|Comments Off on MLM Cross-Recruiting|
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    What can an MLM company do when a former distributor cross-recruits?

What can an MLM company do when a former distributor cross-recruits?

Many times we receive calls from our MLM clients asking what can be done when a former distributor is poaching or cross-recruiting distributors to participate in his or her new MLM company.  We will assume that the former distributor has  already been terminated or resigned from the original MLM company.
By |January 12th, 2013|Articles, David Van Sambeek, Scott Wellman|Comments Off on What can an MLM company do when a former distributor cross-recruits?|

Judge won’t stop ex-MonaVie distributor’s postings

A federal judge on Wednesday turned down Utah-based MonaVie’s request for an emergency order prohibiting a former top distributor from posting information on Facebook about the new multilevel marketing company he has joined.
By |August 1st, 2012|News, Press|Comments Off on Judge won’t stop ex-MonaVie distributor’s postings|