On April 3rd, U.S. Immigration and Custom Enforcement’s (ICE) largest worksite compliance operation hit the private company CVE Technology Group
Executive Summary and Takeaway: Trade secrets and confidential information are receiving increasing protection in many states, and as more states
The Eastern District of Texas, in Mars, Inc. v. TruRX LLC, No. 6-13-cv-00526 (E.D. Tex. March 14, 2016) (Mag. Judge Nicole Mitchell), questioned
The defendant, Echoworx, brought a motion to strike ZixCorp's infringement contentions. ZixCorp had served its original infringement contentions on
The Federal Circuit’s recent decision in Target Training International v. Extended Disc North America tells the cautionary tale of what can happen to
If a part of an act of copyright infringement occurs within the United States, a party that contributes to the act may be liable even if the act is
The Texas Court of Appeals for the Second District found that an employee was wrongfully terminated from an architecture firm when he refused to
District court denies defendants’ motion for summary judgment, finding that a reasonable fact finder could find that the protectible elements of two bass fishing competition shows were substantially similar.
In late May, after a three-week trial, a Houston federal court jury ruled M3 Technology, Inc. had misappropriated trade secrets from innovative engineering software provider AspenTechnology, Inc., infringed copyrights, and illicitly interfered with AspenTech’s non-compete agreement with a former employee, an expert on refinery efficiency and head of AspenTech’s R&D Division.
Luxury brand titan Louis Vuitton recently achieved a significant victory over counterfeiting of its designer products.