Man Found Liable For Stealing Real Estate Site Design

Law360, New York (May 7, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT) -- A Pennsylvania man accused of stealing copyrighted designs from Toronto-based ConsulNet Computing Inc., a maker of real estate marketing Web sites, has been found liable in federal court.

Following a three-week trial, a jury in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania returned a verdict last week finding Megel David Moore liable on all counts: breach of contract, copyright infringement and tortious interference with contractual relations.

The jury also found that Moore's interference with ConsulNet's customers was “outrageous,” making punitive damages available.

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