StubHub Not Clear Of Trade Secret Theft Claims, Judge Rules

Law360 (October 9, 2018, 8:35 PM EDT) -- StubHub hasn't completely dodged allegations that it flouted the Defend Trade Secrets Act when it hired three employees from a startup company who then allegedly misappropriated proprietary data despite a previous ruling in the ticket company's favor, a California federal judge recently ruled.

In an Oct. 4 order, U.S. District Judge Stephen Wilson clarified an August order that awarded StubHub summary judgment over claims by Calendar Research LLC that the ticket company violated the DTSA when it hired three individuals from Calaborate, a startup company whose assets were purchased by Calendar. Those three people — Michael Hunter Gray, Lisa Dusseault and Lasha...

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