Law360 (August 9, 2018, 7:11 PM EDT) -- A California federal judge has awarded StubHub a win over allegations it flouted the Defend Trade Secrets Act when it hired three employees from a startup company who allegedly used proprietary data from their former company in apps they developed for the online ticket vendor.
U.S. District Judge Stephen Wilson on Tuesday granted StubHub summary judgment over claims lodged by Calendar Research LLC that the ticket company violated the DTSA when it hired Michael Hunter Gray, Lisa Dusseault and Lasha Efremidze from a startup called Calaborate, whose assets Calendar later purchased, and the trio misused proprietary data to develop apps for...
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