The jury in a penile implant trade secrets trial taking place in a California federal court is expected to decide the fate of a Houston urologist and his associated companies.

Testimony began June 7 in a Los Angeles district court, the Central District of California, where a Beverly Hills urologist, Dr. James Elist, and his associated companies, seek an injunction barring the defendants’ disclosure or use of proprietary information, commerce involving a competing product, compensatory and punitive damages, legal costs and attorney fees.

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