Legal Software Maker Says Ex-Employee Stole Code

Law360, New York (July 24, 2013, 3:31 PM ET) -- The company that makes CLELaw.com, a continued learning website for lawyers, told a federal judge in California on Tuesday that a former employee breached their contract when he used its coding to create a rival product.

Ulrich, Nash & Gump said that Ronald Pascal spent thousands of hours coding for the company only to leave and use that coding to create rival website AccessMCLE.com. 

Tuesday’s suit alleges a breach of that contract, copyright infringement and a trade secrets violation.

In the complaint, UNG asked the judge...
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Case Information

Case Title

FREEMAN et al v. PASCAL et al

Case Number

2:13-at-00790

Court

California Eastern

Nature of Suit

820(Copyright)

Date Filed

July 23, 2013

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