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Court Of Chancery Explains Damage Calculations In Trade Secret Litigation

Posted In Business Torts

Agilent Technologies Inc. v. Kirkland, C.A. 3512-VCS ( February 18, 2010)

Calculating damages in trade secret litigation is often difficult.  Lost profits may overlap with unjust enrichment claims and the whole process may be affected by possible injuntive relief. This decision explains how a court will decide the right remedy and calculate damages.  It is also a particularly good example of the Court of Chancery's thoughtful approach to remedies.

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