On July 23rd, 2019, Pastore and Dailey prevailed in a jurisdictional motion against a Texas defendant accused of participating in the theft of intellectual property, obtaining a ruling that denied the defendant’s motion to dismiss for want of jurisdiction. An evidentiary hearing has been scheduled to assess the jurisdictional claims of two other defendants connected to the alleged intellectual property theft, which involves the transfer of proprietary information between competing health food companies.
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