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Judgment Upheld Ordering Retail Supplier To Pay >$500,000, In Suit Over Trade Secrets

February 12,2018



The Supreme Court Of New Hampshire has upheld a 2016 verdict from a trial court in which Provider Power, and various affiliates and principals, were ordered to pay $462,000 in damages, plus attorney fees, to Freedom Energy Logistics and affiliates in a suit brought by Freedom Energy against Provider Power in which Freedom Energy had alleged that Provider Power had obtained Freedom Energy trade secrets from one of Freedom's sales agents.

See background of the case and jury's original verdict here

The Supreme Court found no error by the trial court, and affirmed the trial court's verdict

See the Supreme Court's decision here

An attorney for Provider Power told the Union Leader that he hadn’t yet reviewed the ruling

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Judgment Upheld Ordering Retail Supplier To Pay >$500,000, In Suit Over Trade Secrets


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