eDiscovery Firm Dodges Rival’s Trade Secrets Suit

E-discovery provider DTI Global can’t revive claims that four of its former sales agents conspired with a competitor to misappropriate trade secrets and solicit clients, a federal appeals court ruled.

Extract from article by Michael Greene

E-discovery provider DTI Global can’t revive claims that four of its former sales agents conspired with a competitor to misappropriate trade secrets and solicit clients, a federal appeals court ruled.

There is no basis to infer that LDiscovery engaged in any wrongdoing, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit said in a summary order.

The case is Doc. Techs., Inc. v. LDiscovery, LLC, 2018 BL 143523, 2d Cir., 17-2659-CV, 4/24/18

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