After Citing Versata Data Breach, Smart Grid Patent Defendants Lose Bid to Block Overseas Doc Review
A ruling last week by a federal magistrate judge in Texas sheds new light on allegations that an Indian litigation services company breached the confidentiality of documents produced in the blockbuster $345 million Versata case, sparking a Justice Department investigation.
By Jan Wolfe|June 16, 2012
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