However HP’s lawsuit may be characterized, the core theme appears to be that Hurd has violated continuing obligations to HP, based upon two fundamentals: (i) the announcement that he has accepted a new position, and (ii) HP’s opinion that he will necessarily disclose and use HP’s trade secrets in that new position.
In the decision of Silvaco Data Systems. v. Intel Corporation (April 29, 2010), Judge Conrad Rushing of the Sixth Appellate District of the California Court of Appeal has authored a compelling and fascinating opinion.
Handling an appeal? Worried about what to designate for the record? Judge Conrad Rushing of California’s sixth appellate district has some guidance for you. His decision in Silvaco Data Systems, Inc. v. Intel Corporation has important advice for any appellate advocate.