We are representing a software company in ongoing litigation related to trade secret misappropriation, trademark claims, unfair competition, defamation, and various cyber-torts. Initially a competitor sued our client on these claims but during the discovery process it was revealed that the competitor actually was in violation of the claims. We obtained injunctive relief and Rule 11 Sanctions in the Northern District of Georgia against the competitor and the claims were dismissed as frivolous. After the dismissal, we countersued the competitor on similar grounds. The counter claim is currently ongoing.
Injunctive Relief for Software Company in Trademark Litigation
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