A start-up that blames Best Buy for its demise got some revenge on Thursday, when jurors returned a verdict that the big-box retailer misappropriated trade secrets from Techforward, a software company that helped retailers offer "buyback plans" for consumer electronics. The jury awarded Techforward $22 million in damages, and a judge tacked on $5 million in punitive damages.
IP Litigation Roundup: Jurors Find Trade Secret Misappropriation by Best Buy
The Litigation Daily
December 7, 2012
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