StubHub has been granted a win by a California federal judge on nearly all remaining claims alleging three employees it hired from a rival startup misappropriated proprietary data, saying the complaint's "vagueness" does not rise to triable claims but for "one narrow issue of fact" remaining.
StubHub hasn't completely dodged allegations that it flouted the Defend Trade Secrets Act when it hired three employees from a startup company who then allegedly misappropriated proprietary data despite a previous ruling in the ticket company's favor, a California federal judge recently ruled.
A California federal judge has awarded StubHub a win over allegations it flouted the Defend Trade Secrets Act when it hired three employees from a startup company who allegedly used proprietary data from their former company in apps they developed for the online ticket vendor.
A California federal judge on Tuesday ordered online ticketing platform StubHub Inc. to surrender its source and corresponding server codes as part of discovery in a trade secrets case brought by Calendar Research LLC in an effort to end the dispute quickly.
An expert witness for StubHub Inc. was recently disqualified after a California federal judge found that she had previously conducted a confidential analysis as a neutral third-party during discussions aimed at settling the trade secrets dispute between the ticket giant and a computer programming company.