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Joost Files Motion Against Michelangelo Volpi and Index Ventures Management,
Company seeks to prevent use of confidential information in connection with the acquisition or management of Skype
By: SOA News Desk
Oct. 14, 2009 10:52 AM
The Motion for Preliminary Injunction asks the Court to enjoin Index and Volpi from using any of Joost's and Joltid's confidential information regarding (among other things) the Global Index Software, the technology developed and owned by Joltid that provides the peer-to-peer capability embedded in the Skype program. The Motion also asks the Court to enjoin the defendants from: (i) using the confidential information in connection with the operation or strategic planning of Skype; (ii) communicating such information to other parties in the "Buyout Group" that has made a bid to acquire Skype from eBay Inc.; (iii) soliciting employees of Joost and Joltid with offers to join Skype; (iv) having communications with current or former employees of Joost or Joltid regarding the companies' confidential information; and (v) further participating in the Skype acquisition or assuming any position with Skype until a final adjudication of the merits of the case.
The Motion for Preliminary Injunction, Memorandum of Points and Authorities, and supporting declarations are available on the internet at https://www.lexisnexis.com/fileandserve. The case name is Joost US Inc. et al v. Volpi et al and the Case Number is 1:09-cv-708.
The plaintiffs filed a lawsuit against the defendants on
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