Acquired company extricated from trade secrets misappropriation suit

An office products company acquired a company with outstanding trade secret misappropriation litigation, related to alleged theft of internal company databases used for sale to specialized "Ship Chandler" customers. Prior to Waller's involvement, a temporary injunction had been issued against the acquired company and its employee.

Waller was called upon to assumed the defense for acquired company and its employee, and successfully moved for summary judgment as to all 12 different causes of action brought by the plaintiff.

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