Zynga Accuses Former Employees Of Trade Secret Theft

Law360, Los Angeles (November 30, 2016, 10:26 PM EST) -- Zynga Inc. accused two former high-level workers and their new employer of stealing confidential data from the online social game maker in a lawsuit filed in California federal court Tuesday.

The complaint accuses Massimo Maietti, a former senior-level game designer working on the in-development “Project Mars,” and Ehud Barlach, who was a general manager of a game called “Hit It Rich! Slots,” of breaching contractual obligations with Zynga over confidential information. The pair downloaded Zynga files and put them on flash drives before their last days...
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