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Sample AZ Intellectual Property Cases

... 924 ΒΆ 4 During his employment, Ward was privy to some of Taser's confidential information, trade secrets, and other intellectual property. ... [2] During oral argument before the trial court, Taser argued that Ward had acquired intellectual property related to his efforts. ...

... 3 In October 2005, the trial court entered a stipulated order, the provisions of which included temporarily enjoining Green from "removing any intellectual property or other assets from" LFI. In April 2006, LFI filed a motion asking ...

... 4 During his employment, Ward was privy to some of Taser's confidential information, trade secrets, and other intellectual property. ... [2] During oral argument before the trial court, Taser argued that Ward had acquired intellectual property related to his efforts. ...

... the court in Phoenix Control Systems held that although the insured intentionally had used the software at issue, whether coverage was barred by the intentional-act exclusion hinged on whether the insured intended to cause harm by using protected intellectual property. Id. ...

... As recently as 2004, voters rejected an attempt to amend the Gift Clause to allow governmental entities to acquire ownerships and securities in consideration for the license or transfer of technology or intellectual property created or acquired by the universities. See Ariz. Const. ...

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