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No Pre-Injunction Evidentiary Hearing (access required)

A Richmond U.S. District Court declines to hold an evidentiary hearing on the propriety or scope of a requested permanent injunction against defendant’s future use of trade secrets misappropriated from plaintiff, as defendant appears to want to retry the case. First, plaintiff DuPont presented substantial evidence in its case-in-chief and in its rebuttal case that defendant ...

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