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Mobile Game Rivals Clash In California Trade Secret and Unfair Competition Suit

Posted in Data Theft, Trade Secrets, Unfair Competition

The litigation between Kixeye and Zynga, two rivals in the mobile gaming market, has heated up over the past week.

Last month, we wrote about the alleged removal of dozens of files and emails by former Zynga app-maker, Alan Patmore. Last Thursday, apparently based upon information learned in discovery, Zynga upped the stakes, naming Kixeye in the First Amended Complaint

Video Interview: Discussing Zynga’s Suit Against a Former Employee for Alleged Trade Secrets Theft

Posted in Trade Secrets

Seyfarth Shaw’s Jason Stiehl had the opportunity to speak with Colin O’Keefe of LXBN regarding an ongoing trade secrets suit filed by social games developer Zynga against a key former employee who joined an upstart competitor. In the brief interview,  Jason explains the background of the case and the possible impact of this case on other litigation. Jason previously blogged