Taft Cleveland litigation attorneys Bruce J.L. Lowe, Mark R. Jacobs and Amelia Workman Farago successfully won summary judgment for client Philips Electronics North America Corporation on Jan. 21, 2014. The case, held in federal court in Detroit, found that Philips Electronics North America Corporation did not unlawfully interfere when it informed a competitor that employed the same medical device repair technician of the employee's obligations under confidentiality and nondisclosure agreements. The case was before and the decision was rendered by Chief Judge Gerald E. Rosen of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.
The case was also reviewed on Law360 in an article titled “Philips Didn't Interfere With Worker's New Job, Judge Rules.” Law360 is a LexisNexis® online news source that covers every major litigation development in the U.S. federal district courts every business day. For more information visit www.law360.com.