Judge Won't Dismiss Label Co. From Trade Secret Suit

By Adam Lidgett (May 12, 2022, 5:02 PM EDT) -- An Arkansas federal judge refused to toss claims that a Texas-based company's owner took part in a scheme to steal confidential information from a graphic design business, finding the court had jurisdiction at this point in the case.

U.S. District Judge Kristine G. Baker on Wednesday denied a bid from Gary Parr and his company GP Labels Unlimited Ltd. to exit the suit launched by Arkansas Labeling Inc.

Parr and GP Labels argued that the Arkansas federal court didn't have personal jurisdiction over them, but the court said that "an exercise of personal jurisdiction over the Parr defendants is consistent with...

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