Subsidiary Asus loses lawsuit over USB steal trade secrets VIA




VIA Technologies has won a lawsuit. That the company has filed against ASMedia Technology VIA claims that the subsidiary of Asus has made to steal company secrets and guilty of unfair competition.

Dozens of employees of VIA since 2007 switched to ASM, so reports Courthouse News. Employees would have brought. confidential information of their former employer is VIA claims that research has shown that the confidential documents are downloaded, printed and probably passed on ASM. By the churned employees That would have happened when people were still working at VIA.

It would mainly involve details of USB technology. VIA find the sudden change of course that ASM has started in 2008 remarkable. The subsidiary would have had on the field of USB chips. Little to no knowledge From its inception in 2004 ASMedia would have even focused on making digital photo frames. However, the company has been able to develop USB 3.0 chips and then implement them. Mass All of these activities would have happened. Shortly after the transfer of the employees Today presents ASMedia itself as the “no. One USB 3.0 device provider.

VIA claims that there is infringement of the intellectual property of the company and there is unfair competition. ASM lost the case on the basis of default judgment, which usually means that the defendants did not respond or were unable to appear in court. VIA had the case against Asus Computer, Asustek Computer and ASMedia.


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