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The Bend Over & Grab Your Ankles Defense strategy?

Discussion in 'Blue Belt Technologies' started by Anonymous, Apr 4, 2013 at 4:30 PM.

  1. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    3/15/2013 "Blue Belt Technologies is vowing to “vigorously defend” itself in a lawsuit filed by its competitor Florida-based Mako Surgical Corp. that accuses Blue Belt of hiring a former Mako executive to gain that company's trade secrets." - Pittsburgh Business Journal

    4/4/2013 "The Order for Permanent Injunction was entered contemporaneous to a separate settlement agreement among Blue Belt, Mr. Gellman and MAKO, which provided MAKO with the described stipulated order, along with additional relief and future protections"
     
  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Does this civil settlement preclude federal prosecutors from launching a criminal investigation or could they care less about a civil settlement? Usually criminal goes before civil but?
     
  3. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Federal grand jury investigations are secret and the outcomes of an investigation, if any, could be awhile in forthcoming. Hypothetically, of course. Y'know if there was some employee somewhere that allegedly worked for a certain company and allegedly stole company info and committed wire fraud by allegedly transporting said info across state lines say by email or similar. But I've never heard of such an investigation. ;)