AT&T Faces $35M Suit Over Disclosed Smartphone Data

Law360, San Diego (December 9, 2011, 7:22 PM EST) -- Omnicomm Corp. launched a $35 million contract suit against AT&T Mobility LLC in Georgia federal court Thursday, claiming it wrongfully disclosed trade secrets and other confidential data regarding the plaintiff's technology that was later incorporated into the Motorola Mobility Atrix and Razr smartphones.

Florida-based Omnicomm alleges that AT&T and two executives breached their obligation of confidentiality under a nondisclosure agreement by providing Omnicomm’s private data to Motorola and other industry manufacturers.

The plaintiff claims that it met with AT&T, its senior marketing manager for smart devices...
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