In September 2011, the plaintiff helicopter company filed suit against the defendant aviation company alleging misappropriation of trade secrets and violation of a non-compete agreement. In the complaint, the plaintiff alleges that the defendant aviation company breached the parties’ non-compete agreement by establishing a helicopter flight school in direct violation of the non-compete agreement, and by impremissibly obtaining and using plaintiff’s secret and proprietary information to impremissibly form the competing helicopter flight school. The proprietary information alleged to have been misappropriated includes flight syllabuses, student classroom material and training information, student names and contact information, and other proprietary information. The plaintiff helicopter company is seeking damages and injunctive releif.
Shan Davis & Associates and Stibor Group, LLC were retained by the plaintiff to substitute into the case as its new attorneys. If you have any questions, or belive your trade secrets have been misappropriated, please call us for a free consultation and case analysis. We represent businesses in all types of commercial litigation cases.
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