An Inside Look into a MLM Trial - Travelmax Trial Mini-Series Videos


Have you ever wondered what happens in an MLM trial?

In this presentation, gives you a rare, front row seat into the complexities of an MLM trial.

In more than six hours of video, partitioned in more than a dozen 25 minute segments, watch cross-examination and direct examination of expert witnesses led by lead trial counsel, Jeffrey Babener, MLM trial attorney and editor of

Consider this a mini-trial course on MLM and regulatory enforcement.

The case profiled in these videos is Kentucky v. Travelmax International. Travelmax was a marketing company that sold travel education products and travel bookings and services through a network of MLM distributors. Its travel bookings had risen to several million dollars per month.

In 1996, the State of Kentucky filed suit, contending that Travelmax was a pyramid scheme under Kentucky laws. The state secured a temporary restraining order, without benefit of hearing. However, under state court procedures, the court was mandated to set formal hearings to determine if the temporary restraining order should be continued. In a series of hearings spanning from late 1996 to early 1997, trial on this issue was held. At the conclusion of the hearings, the Court ruled against the State of Kentucky and in favor of Travelmax, dissolving the temporary restraining order and permitting the company to continue its business in Kentucky, pending further hearings.

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