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A new bonanza for trade secret plaintiffs in Texas: Eastern District of Texas grants future royalties in place of a permanent injunction

July 17, 2014

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A new bonanza for trade secret plaintiffs in Texas: Eastern District of Texas grants future royalties in place of a permanent injunction

July 17, 2014

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Permanent injunctions have long been difficult to obtain in patent infringement cases involving parties who are not competitors.  In lieu of an injunction, many courts impose the payment of future royalties. Given the subject matter similarity between cases involving patent infringement and trade secret theft, one might wonder whether Texas courts will permit/require a similar remedy-scheme in cases alleging trade secret theft.  That is, may a trade secret plaintiff obtain the remedy of future royalties in lieu of a permanent injunction? —Read more on Fish’s Litigation Blog

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