Government Tries To Plug Coca-Cola Leaks

Law360, New York (January 5, 2007, 12:00 AM EST) -- Prosecutors are demanding that jurors not be allowed to share the confidential information that they become privy to during the trial of a former Coca-Cola Co. secretary accused of conspiring to steal the beverage giant’s trade secrets.

On Thursday, attorneys requested that jurors be barred from disclosing the sensitive material that could come into play in Joya Williams' upcoming trial, citing a little-known law generally used in terrorism and espionage cases.

Williams, Ibrahim Dimson and Edmond Duhaney were accused of stealing trade secrets and trying to...
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