Epic Systems Corporation v. Tata Consultancy Services Limited et al

  1. June 06, 2016

    Epic Says Tata Can Cut, Not Vacate, $940M Award In IP Suit

    Health care software provider Epic Systems Corp. asked a Wisconsin federal judge Friday to reject a motion from units of Indian superconglomerate Tata Group to vacate a $940 million verdict in a trade secrets case, but pointed out that state law could reduce the amount by $220 million.

  2. May 17, 2016

    Tata Slams Epic's Wider Injunction Request On Trade Secrets

    Indian superconglomerate Tata Group on Monday asked a Wisconsin federal court not to expand an April injunction barring its units from using stolen information about Epic Systems Corp.'s widely used health care software in the wake of a $940 million trade secrets verdict.

  3. May 09, 2016

    Tata Looks To Escape $940M Trade Secrets Loss

    Units of Indian superconglomerate Tata Group on Friday asked a Wisconsin federal judge to vacate the $940 million award that Epic Systems Corp. won in a trade secrets case, arguing that Epic's damages case should never have been heard by jurors.

  4. May 05, 2016

    Epic Wants Wider Injunction After $940M Trade Secrets Win

    Epic Systems Corp. asked a Wisconsin federal court on Wednesday to broaden the injunction it granted against units of Indian superconglomerate Tata Group in April barring them from using stolen information about Epic's health care software in the wake of a $940 million trade secrets verdict against the companies.

  5. April 27, 2016

    Tata Hit With Injunction After $940M Trade Secrets Verdict

    Units of Indian superconglomerate Tata Group were hit with an injunction Wednesday when a Wisconsin federal judge ruled that, in light of a $940 million trade secrets verdict against the companies, they should be barred from using stolen information about Epic Systems Corp.'s health care software.

  6. April 15, 2016

    Wis. Jury Hits Tata Units With $940M Trade Secrets Verdict

    A Wisconsin federal jury on Friday slapped units of Indian superconglomerate Tata Group with a $940 million trade secrets verdict, including $700 million in punitive damages, for stealing information related to Epic Systems Corp.'s health care software. 

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