by MBJ Staff Published: November 25,2013
Tags: antitrust, appeal, bench, Bobby DeLaughter, court, crime, Eaton, Ed Peters, judge, justice, law, legal, Mississippi Supreme Court, prosecutor, Triumph Actuation Systems LLC, Triumph Group Inc.
JACKSON — The Supreme Court of Mississippi, in a unanimous en banc decision, has affirmed the dismissal with prejudice of all of Eaton’s claims against the Triumph Group Inc, its subsidiary, Triumph Actuation Systems LLC and certain employees, according to Triumph. In upholding the dismissal, the Court concluded that the evidence clearly and convincingly showed […] [...]
Eaton Corp. officials agree on one thing: The newly discovered emails that discussed former Hinds County District Attorney and former circuit judge Bobby DeLaughter were found on a former company lawyer’s computer. Why they weren’t found years ago is where the stories diverge. The new emails were particularly important, because discovery fights have been common […] [...]
by Associated Press Published: May 31,2012
Tags: Bobby DeLaughter, Eaton Corp, Ed Peters, Frisby Aerospace, Greg Davis, Mississippi, Mississippi Business Journal, North Carolina, Philadelphia, technology, Triumph Aerospace, William Barbour
JACKSON — Federal prosecutors in Mississippi have dropped criminal cases against five aerospace engineers who had been accused of stealing trade secrets. Senior U.S. District Judge William Barbour dismissed indictments against the men Wednesday. The charges of taking trade secrets from Eaton Corp. when they left to go to work for what is now called […] [...]
As part of his business reform legislation bundle, Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann is proposing some additional language to the Uniform Trade Secrets Act in the hopes of expanding protections for businesses in the event they find themselves in litigation in which some or all of their trade secrets are publicly exposed. “We have been […] [...]