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Robert Capobianco and Adriana Midence Comment on Trial Strategy Behind $2.5M Verdict in Trade Secrets Case

Robert Capobianco and Adriana Midence comment on their recent trial victory representing Capital Inventory in a breach of contract and trade secrets case, in which two former employees were ordered to pay more than $2.5 million in compensatory, punitive and exemplary damages over accusations they took staff, clients and proprietary data when they tried to create their own competing business while still working for the company in “Georgia Jury Returns $2.5M Verdict: Inside the Litigation Strategy,” published by

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