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Utah Appellate Court Holds That "Confidential" Price List Is Not A Trade Secret But A Contract Bid Could Be, And Uniform Trade Secrets Act Preempts Common Law Claims Based On Misusing Confidential Information Not A "Trade Secret"
In a recent, lengthy decision involving allegations of deceitful acts and unfair competition, the Utah Court of Appeals largely affirmed the lower court’s grant of summary judgment to the defendants with respect to a complaint alleging misappropriation of proprietary data and related conduct....
As reported by Deadspin.com, Topps is being sued by a former employee who was dismissed. They allegedly used his image on trading cards that called for an African-American person and did so without his permission, or so he says in his lawsuit. If you are channeling the sound of a nail going...
On February 24, 2012, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Office of National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) issued proposed rules regarding Stage 2 of Meaningful Use. The proposed rules include the criteria for demonstrating Stage 2 Meaningful Use, and address the...
Filing A Patent Application Covering A Misappropriated Trade Secret Held To Constitute A "Use" Which Justifies $600,000 In Compensatory Damages
Quoting Section 40, comment c, of the Restatement (Third) of Unfair Competition, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals held recently that “Any exploitation of the trade secret that is likely to result in injury to the trade secret owner or enrichment to the defendant” constitutes a...
National news outlets are reporting that the NBC Network has asked presidential candidate Mitt Romney to stop using a television ad attacking Newt Gingrich that features former NBC News anchor Tom Brokaw. The ad is available on the Mitt Romney campaign website and features Brokaw's...