Two powerhouse Silicon Valley attorneys kicked off a $457 million trade secrets trial between a small multimedia firm and Bank of America last week with a debate over an alleged “conspiracy” surrounding licensing contracts for wireless technology.
Archie Robinson, managing partner at Robinson & Wood, argued that Bank of America conspired in 2001 against his client, K.C. Multimedia, to steal computer source code it had developed 25 years ago, even though the bank had every opportunity to license it.
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