Trade Secrets

A federal appeals court has ruled that Sentia, a company that marketed a software program nearly identical to that of a competing company, Decision Insights, must stand trial on trade secret violation charges. An appeals court ruled that a jury must determine whether the compilation of the program’s components was protected and kept proprietary by Decision Insights.

(Decision Insights v. Sentia Group, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, No. 09-2300)

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