Court of Chancery Examines IP Claims
In this rare case for the Court of Chancery, the Court determines the scope of noncompetition employment agreements. What is particularly interesting is the way the Court analyzed the testimony of the key witness to determine if he was telling the truth. This illustrates the critical role of circumstantial evidence in witness credibility and why it is so often a mistake to think that such evidence is not important or irrelevant to the real issues. Often that seemingly small point can make all the difference.