Decode Settles IP-Theft Suit Against CHOP, Former Staffers | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Decode Genetics has settled its lawsuit against the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and several former employees for allegedly stealing trade secrets and breaking non-compete and non-solicitation provisions, the company said yesterday.
 
Under the terms of the settlement, the CHOP defendants have agreed not to “use or disclose” any of the “confidential” information that was the subject of the suit, Decode said in a US Securities and Exchange Commission filing.
 

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