Sun Micro Hits Azul With Patent, Trade Secrets Suit
Azul CEO Stephen DeWitt was originally employed by Sun, but left the company in 2002 to take over at the then-fledgling server maker. Sun alleges that DeWitt violated a non-compete agreement he had signed by recruiting several of his Sun colleagues to build servers at Azul.
“By hiring away key former Sun employees, Azul improperly accessed Sun's...
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