A telecommunications company has won an emergency injunction in Miami-Dade Circuit Court against a fired executive it accuses of stealing trade secrets and using his office and staff to help a rival firm that secretly employed him.

VOIP Services filed a lawsuit requesting injunctive relief and damages for use of trade secrets and tortious interference against Christian Ibarra, its former manager of business development in Mexico and competitor TeleVoIP Cards of Miami. The lawsuit filed March 28 also alleges breach of fiduciary duty against Ibarra.

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