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GOOGLE MISAPPROPRIATED ‘CLICK TO CALL’ TRADE SECRETS, SUIT ALLEGES VoIP Inc. v. Google

17 No. 22 WJINTPROP 2Westlaw Journal Intellectual Property (Approx. 2 pages)

GOOGLE MISAPPROPRIATED ‘CLICK TO CALL’ TRADE SECRETS, SUIT ALLEGES VoIP Inc. v. Google

17 No. 22 WJINTPROP 2Westlaw Journal Intellectual Property (Approx. 2 pages)

17 No. 22 Westlaw Journal Intellectual Property 2
Westlaw Journal Intellectual Property
*1 February 23, 2011
Trade Secrets
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GOOGLE MISAPPROPRIATED ‘CLICK TO CALL’ TRADE SECRETS, SUIT ALLEGES

VoIP Inc. v. Google

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Google misappropriated a patented, confidential technology that allows computer users to speak with merchants or other third parties by clicking a link on a website, a New York state court lawsuit alleges.
VoIP Inc. et al. v. Google Inc., No....
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