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DIABLO MEDIA, LLC v. H2H IINTERACTIVE, INC., ET AL.
DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Once again, you can have the best contracts in the world but if an employee is set on stealing from you there is not much you can do except resort to the legal process, either criminal or civil, depending upon the problem.
Diablo claims that the Defendants misappropriated a broad amount of data and information including not only contact information of its private business partners but also success rates, conversion data, campaign return on investment data, and other business and financial information associated with each of the affiliates.
Plaintiff alleges false advertising, trade libel, misappropriation of trade secrets, and breach of contract. The prayer for relief requests that the Court enter a judgment against Defendants for compensatory damages for false advertising and trade libel, compensatory damages for breach of contract, and treble and exemplary damages for oppression, fraud, and malice. Prayer for relief also requests an award of all attorneys’ fees and costs for action. Traverse Internet Law Cross Reference Number 1568.