Frack Sand Container Co. Wants $49M Judgment Axed

Law360, Houston (December 17, 2019, 7:57 PM EST) -- A $49 million judgment must be wiped out because it rests on an unenforceable nondisclosure agreement, a container manufacturer told a Texas appellate court Tuesday, challenging jury findings it stole the design of fracking sand shipping containers.

Arrows Up LLC is appealing a Harris County District Court ruling that it fork over $49.2 million — $21.7 million in profit disgorgement and $27.5 million in punitive damages — for stealing the design that belongs to SandBox Logistics LLC.

Allyson N. Ho of Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP, who represents Arrows Up, argued Tuesday the verdict rests on a breach of a nondisclosure...

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