Diamond Middleman Wants Atty DQ’d In Software Patent Beef

Law360, New York (May 20, 2015, 6:05 PM EDT) -- The co-founder of an online diamond sale facilitator wants the startup's lawyers tossed from a case accusing him of stealing its proprietary software, arguing in New York federal court Wednesday that one lawyer represented him for 16 years and the other is bound to be a witness.

Cormac Kinney blasted Secured Worldwide LLC's use of his former attorney Ira George Greenberg of Locke Lord LLP and co-counsel Max Moskowitz of Ostrolenk Faber LLP as an attempt to one-up him in the case, in which he has filed a counterclaim saying the software he's accused of stealing was rightfully his to begin...

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