July 23, 2016 1:13 PM ET

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Company Overview of The Hartz Mountain Corporation

Company Overview

The Hartz Mountain Corporation manufactures and sells pet products and supplies. The company offers toys, accessories, treats and chews, grooming products, flea and tick controls, training aids, dog pads, and health and wellness products for dogs; treats, toys, flea and tick controls, litters, health and wellness products, and grooming products for cats; and food and diet products, treats, accessories, and bedding products for small animals. It also offers food and diet products, treats, supplements, accessories, and bedding for birds; food and diet products, and supplements for reptiles; and food and nutrition products, food, treats and supplements, and supplements and conditioners for fish...

400 Plaza Drive

Secaucus, NJ 07094

United States

Founded in 1932





Key Executives for The Hartz Mountain Corporation

Chief Executive Officer and President
Age: 71
Chief Content Officer and Editor-In-Chief
Vice President of Corporate Communications and Vice President of Veterinarian Operations
Senior Director of Research & Development
Director of Scientific and Regulatory Affairs
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

The Hartz Mountain Corporation Key Developments

U.S. District Court Judge Upholds Seven of Eight Claims in a Lawsuit Filed Against Hartz Mountain Corporation

A U.S. District Court judge has upheld seven of eight claims in a lawsuit filed by a Seattle artist against Hartz Mountain Corporation. The lawsuit claims Hartz illegally sold an Angry Birds pet toy line based on the video game by Rovio Entertainment Ltd, even though Hartz had an agreement with Seattle artist, Juli Adams, to sell her pet products called Angry Birds. The suit alleges that Hartz wrongfully used the Angry Birds trademark that Ms. Adams owned and deprived her of millions of dollars of royalties on sales of Angry Birds pet toys. The artist s lawsuit states that Hartz was licensed to sell Ms. Adams Angry Birds pet toys in return for a royalty, but it never purchased the intellectual property, including the Angry Birds trademark for pet toys created by Adams. When the Angry Birds video game became popular, Hartz quit selling Ms. Adams pet toy line and entered into a separate agreement with Rovio, makers of the Angry Birds video game franchise. The order issued by Judge Robert S. Lasnik denied Hartz's motion to dismiss the case, upholding claims that Hartz violated its contract with Adams, was unjustly enriched, and wrongfully used her trademark.

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