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Cooch and Taylor Obtains Summary Judgment for its Clients on Trade Secret Claims

Cooch and Taylor continues to lead in the field of trade secret law in Delaware.  On April 20, 2017, Delaware Superior Court Judge Butler granted partial summary judgment in favor of Cooch and Taylor’s clients, Defendants Gastroenterology Associates P.A., Thomas … Continue reading

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The Doctrines of Champerty and Maintenance are Alive and Well in Delaware

Charge Injection Technologies (“CIT”) filed suit against E.I. DuPont de Nemours and Co. (“DuPont”) in December 2007, alleging that DuPont wrongfully used and disclosed CIT’s proprietary and confidential technology. Several years into litigation, CIT’s funds began to dry up, and, … Continue reading

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To Admit or Not to Admit: That is the Question

The Delaware Superior Court recently issued a useful letter opinion addressing the admissibility of out of court statements. Plaintiffs moved in limine, in the case of Rochester v. Reyes, M.D., et al., to determine the admissibility of two key pieces … Continue reading

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