trade secret summary judgment motion

Three years after entering into an oral subscription agreement relating to a specially designed, copyrighted internet-based computer software program, the subscriber stopped paying the required monthly fees.  The reason, according to a 10-count federal court complaint, is that the subscriber modified the source code by copying it onto the subscriber’s own server and thereafter used the unauthorized version.  This allegedly

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