University Says Cancer Research Team Defected, Stole IP

Law360, New York (August 3, 2012, 9:40 PM EDT) -- Thomas Jefferson University sued three cancer researchers affiliated with the university for breach of contract in Pennsylvania state court Friday, contending that the researchers conspired to jump ship to the University of Manchester and steal intellectual property belonging to Jefferson.

Jefferson claims that two current employees, Michael Lisanti and Federica Sotgia — a married couple — and a former graduate student and researcher, Stephanos Pavlides, violated a set of agreements made with the university by filing for patents under their own names and securing conflicting employment...
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