DENVER - The Colorado Supreme Court on April 15 vacated a ruling requiring a defendant in a misappropriation of trade secrets case to turn over his personal computers, smart phones and three years' worth of phone records, after finding that the trial court failed to properly address privacy concerns before granting the plaintiff company's motion to compel (In re: Plaintiffs Gateway Logistics Inc., et al. v. Christopher Patrick Smay, et al., No. 12SA287, Colo. Sup.; 2013 Colo. LEXIS 288).