Ex-DuPont Engineer Had Secret Company Files, Jury Told

Law360, San Francisco (January 27, 2014, 5:36 PM EST) -- A former DuPont Co. engineer accused of stealing company trade secrets told investigators he wasn't involved in designing DuPont's titanium dioxide plant in Taiwan, yet schematics referencing the plant and confidential DuPont files were found in his home, a federal investigator testified in the engineer's criminal trial Monday.

As the Federal Bureau of Investigation interviewed ex-DuPont engineer Robert Maegerle about his work with co-defendant Walter Liew and Liew's titanium dioxide company, USA Performance Technology Inc., Maegerle denied that he worked with DuPont on its development of...
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