DAE secures preliminary injunction in trade secret misappropriation case

On January 11, 2023, a United States District Judge for the Central District of California granted DAE’s motion for a preliminary injunction on behalf of a pharmaceutical client against a former employee.  DAE alleged that the former employee had, among other things, misappropriated the client’s trade secrets and violated the federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.  The District Court found that DAE’s client had demonstrated a substantial likelihood of success on the merits of its claims.  DAE attorneys Michael Amir and Jason Baim were the attorneys of record on this matter.

– January 11, 2023

On June 22, 2022, an Orange County Superior Court judge granted DAE’s ex parte application for a temporary restraining order on behalf of medical corporations against a former executive who allegedly, among other things, had misappropriated company assets including intellectual property.  DAE attorneys Michael Amir, Gregory Doll,  Lloyd Vu and Paul Torres represented the clients with respect to the TRO.

– June 22, 2022

DAE represented an employer in a case alleging violation of Health and Safety Code Section 1287.5, breach of contract, fraud and wrongful termination. After a three day hearing, a JAMS arbitrator found in DAE’s client’s favor on all causes of action, ruling that plaintiff failed to meet her burden on any claims and that DAE’s client was the prevailing party in the arbitration. DAE attorneys Ted Gehring and Mary Glarum handled the trial of the matter.

– September 21, 2020