Archive: February 16, 2005

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Injunction Prohibiting “Routine” Disposal of Business Records Unrelated to Dispute Is Overbroad
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J.P. Morgan paying $2.1 million in settlement over e-mail retention

Injunction Prohibiting “Routine” Disposal of Business Records Unrelated to Dispute Is Overbroad

Computek Computer & Office Supplies, Inc. v. Walton, 2005 WL 352036 (Tex.App. Feb. 15, 2005)

Plaintiff sued competing business and its owner, alleging that owner used trade secrets obtained during his employment with plaintiff to form the competing company. The trial court ruled in favor of plaintiff and awarded it actual and exemplary damages. In addition, the trial court entered a permanent injunction against defendant which enjoined defendant from, among other things, “[r]emoving or destroying any files, or copies of files, including but not limited to Defendants’ computer or computer files.” Read More

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