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Frivolous (Trade Secrets) Lawsuits and Greedy (Big Firm) Plaintiff’s Lawyers: A Recent Case from Minnesota

A recent case out of Minnesota raises a number of non-compete and trade secret issues.  Let’s take a look: In 2005, Robert Wilcox was hired as the general manager of ground handling services at Minneapolis St. Paul Airport (“MSP”) for a company called Integrated Airline Services Alliance.  In 2006, Menzies Aviation purchased Integrated.   Menzies bills … Continue reading

Google Antitrust Scrutiny by the FTC? Nonsense.

These days, speculating about antitrust cases against major companies appears to be all the rage.  A few months back, there was a ton of chatter on the interwebs about Facebook’s potential liability for antitrust.  This morning, CNET ran a piece entitled, “What an anti-Google antitrust case by the FTC may look like.”  The key source … Continue reading

Expedia, Travelocity Sued for Antitrust

Travelocity, Expedia and some of the nation’s biggest hotel chains have been sued for antitrust in a class action lawsuit.  Last week, Seattle-based Hagens Berman filed the case in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. At its core, the case alleges that the hotels and the travel sites engaged in … Continue reading

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