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2 days ago
Mealey's Trade Secret - Magistrate: Heating Element Maker's Trade Secret Claims Are Sufficiently Pleaded
WILMINGTON, Del. - A manufacturer of heating elements for items such as household appliances has sufficiently stated the elements of its state and federal trade secret misappropriation claims against a competitor that it alleges improperly obtained its...
4 days ago
Mealey's Trade Secret - Company Misappropriated Cocaine-Based Anesthetic Trade Secrets, Drug Maker Says
PHILADELPHIA - A specialty pharmaceutical company sued its former business partner on Nov. 29 in a Pennsylvania federal court, alleging that the defendant misappropriated the company's trade secret information pertaining to its cocaine hydrochloride...
5 days ago
Mealey's Trade Secret - Certification Of Order Denying Dismissal Motion For DTSA Claim Denied
ST. LOUIS - A federal magistrate judge in Missouri on Nov. 27 rejected a motion filed by defendants in a trade secret misappropriation lawsuit to certify a previous ruling for interlocutory review, holding that the earlier ruling denying dismissal of...
6 days ago
Mealey's Trade Secret - Federal Judge Rejects UCL, Sherman Act Counterclaims In Trade Secret Dispute
SAN FRANCISCO - A federal judge in California on Nov. 26 granted a medical technology company's motion to strike and/or dismiss counterclaims under the Sherman Act and California's unfair competition law (UCL) in its lawsuit alleging that a company...
6 days ago
Mealey's Trade Secret - Former Broker-Dealer Employee Denied Summary Judgment On Trade Secret Claims
TAMPA, Fla. - A federal judge in Florida on Nov. 25 ruled that a former CEO and consultant of related securities broker-dealers is not entitled to summary judgment on claims for violation of state and federal trade secret laws because a genuine issue...
12 days ago
Mealey's Trade Secret - Copyright, Trade Secret Claims Against Facebook, Princeton Deemed Insufficient
SAN FRANCISCO - Dismissal of state and federal trade secret law claims brought against Facebook and one of its affiliates and the trustees of Princeton University is warranted because a home design website developer has failed to sufficiently show that...
12 days ago
Mealey's Trade Secret - Judge Orders 'Closed' Response To Interrogatory In Patent, Trade Secret Dispute
AKRON, Ohio - A federal judge in Ohio on Nov. 21 ruled that a company that develops self-inflating tire technology is required to supply a "closed" response to an interrogatory filed by defendants in a patent inventorship and trade secret misappropriation...
16 days ago
Mealey's Trade Secret - Oil Field Service Provider's DTSA Claim Survives Defendants' Dismissal Bid
MARSHALL, Texas - A federal judge in Texas on Nov. 20 accepted a federal magistrate judge's report and recommendation that he deny three motions to dismiss filed by defendants in a trade secret misappropriation lawsuit brought by an oil field service...
17 days ago
Mealey's Trade Secret - Baseball Pitching Methodology Trade Secrets Survive Summary Judgment Attempt
SEATTLE - A federal judge in Washington on Nov. 19 ruled that the owner of trade secrets pertaining to a unique baseball pitching methodology has sufficiently alleged that his methodology was a protectable trade secret that he took reasonable efforts...
18 days ago
Mealey's Trade Secret - Claims In Trade Secret Dispute Dismissed On Jurisdictional Grounds
SEATTLE - A federal judge in Washington on Nov. 15 ruled that he lacks personal jurisdiction over defendants in a trade secret misappropriation lawsuit brought by the operator of a soccer academy that focuses on international study-abroad education programs...
18 days ago
Mealey's Trade Secret - Tech Company Alleges That Former Employees Took Trade Secrets To Competitor
SAN FRANCISCO - A technology company and its subsidiary sued three former employees in California federal court on Nov. 18, alleging that the defendants misappropriated its confidential and trade secret information for several of its products and used...
18 days ago
Mealey's Trade Secret - Plaintiff In Trade Secrets Dispute Argues Against Rule 37 Sanctions
CHICAGO - Rule 37 sanctions are not warranted in a breach of contract and trade secret misappropriation lawsuit against a former customer of a stored energy solutions provider that is alleged to have breached the terms of a contract between the parties...
23 days ago
Mealey's Trade Secret - Tennessee Federal Judge Lifts TRO In Copyright, Trade Secret Row
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - In a Nov. 13 decision memorializing her Nov. 7 bench ruling, a federal judge in Tennessee lifted a temporary restraining order (TRO) entered in October against various parties accused of copyright infringement and trade secret misappropriation...
25 days ago
Mealey's Trade Secret - Failure To Show That Trade Secrets Were Kept Secret Leads To Dismissal Of Claims
DALLAS - A federal judge in Texas on Nov. 12 ruled that a plaintiff in a trade secret misappropriation lawsuit against cruise line company Carnival Corp. and one of its executive officers failed to properly show that she took necessary steps to maintain...
25 days ago
Mealey's Trade Secret - Lack Of Description Of Trade Secrets Dooms Misappropriation Claim
SAN JOSE, Calif. - A federal magistrate judge in California on Nov. 7 ruled that a technology company and its acquired affiliate have failed to sufficiently describe the trade secrets they allege their former employee and an independent contractor misappropriated...
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