The court reversed the dismissal of a trade secret misappropriation claim, because the complaint, on its face, did not make apparent that the acts were discovered, or by reasonable diligence should have been discovered, more than 3 years prior to the filing of the complaint. Further, the complaint contained sufficient allegations to demonstrate that ABB had reasonably protected its trade secret information.
ABB Turbo Systems AG v. Turbousa, Inc., Case No. 2014-1356 (December 17, 2014); Opinion by: Taranto, joined by Prost and Newman; Appealed From: Southern District of Florida, Moore, J. To read the full opinion, click here.
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