Client’s Trade Secret Case Hits the BlogosphereSeptember 22, 2009

Recovering attorneys fees in any matter is difficult and that is certainly the case in the intellectual property world. However, MVS IP litigation attorneys did just that in the recent case of Precision Automation & TigerStop v. Technical Services & Krevanko. Mr. Krevanko, represented by Scott Johnson, Kurt Van Thomme and Janet Phipps-Burkhead was awarded attorneys’ fees based on the judge finding the Plaintiffs’ trade secret claim was ‘objectively specious’ and that pursuit of the claim involved ‘subjective misconduct.’ Attorney Ken Vanko of Clingen Callow & McLean, LLC in Wheaton, Ill., explained the outcome in his blog at http://www.non-competes.com/2009/05/litigation-misconduct-supports-findi….

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