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City of Hope Nat. Med. Center v. Genentech

... supra, 107 Cal.App.4th 25, 130 Cal.Rptr.2d 860, that fiduciary obligations are not necessarily created when one party entrusts valuable intellectual property to another for commercial development in exchange for the payment of compensation contingent on commercial success. ...

FLIR Systems, Inc. v. Parrish

... In 2004, FLIR purchased Indigo for approximately $185 million, acquiring Indigo's patents, technology, and intellectual property. ... The production startup time would be quick, assuming respondents could acquire technology licenses and intellectual property from a third party. ...

KC Multimedia, Inc. v. Bank of America Technology & Operations, Inc.

... (Ibid.) "The stated purpose of the UTSA is to provide `unitary definitions of trade secret and trade secret misappropriation, and a single statute of limitations for the various property, quasi-contractual, and violation of fiduciary relationship theories of noncontractual liability utilized ...