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July 16, 2014

Wall Street Techs Take Secrets to Next Job at Their Peril

"To successfully prosecute departing employees who take intellectual property, Vance will have to show that more is at stake in such disputes than traditional sniping between rival firms, said Steve Kramarsky, a lawyer with Dewey Pegno Kramarsky.


'Lawsuits have been effective in dealing with alleged code thefts quickly through restraining orders and settlements,' Kramarsky said, adding that 'Vance has to prove such thefts actually harm the public to require prosecution.'"


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