Virtual Events Co. Sues To Block Ex-Exec From Zoom Role

By Jeff Montgomery (January 21, 2022, 4:05 PM EST) -- Global virtual events and cloud communications venture Intrado Digital Media LLC has sued a former sales executive who jumped to Zoom Video Communications, seeking an injunction in Delaware Chancery Court barring the ex-employee from giving away trade secrets and proprietary market information.

The suit, made public Friday, was filed Wednesday, one day before Vice Chancellor Lori W. Will agreed to expedite a related suit filed Jan. 6 by the former executive, Rajul Shah, seeking a ruling that Intrado's noncompete provisions are void, overbroad and unenforceable. The vice chancellor also consolidated the cases.

Intrado argued in a motion for a preliminary injunction...

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