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SOFTWARE DEVELOPER MUST PROVE ‘EXTRA ELEMENTS' TO DEFEAT PREEMPTION Huckshold v. HSSL L.L.C.

22 No. 16 ANCOMPILR 4Andrews Computer and Internet Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

SOFTWARE DEVELOPER MUST PROVE ‘EXTRA ELEMENTS' TO DEFEAT PREEMPTION Huckshold v. HSSL L.L.C.

22 No. 16 ANCOMPILR 4Andrews Computer and Internet Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

22 No. 16 Andrews Computer & Internet Litig. Rep. 4
Andrews Computer and Internet Litigation Reporter
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SOFTWARE DEVELOPER MUST PROVE ‘EXTRA ELEMENTS' TO DEFEAT PREEMPTION

Huckshold v. HSSL L.L.C.

A computer software developer's claims of breach of contract and misappropriation of trade secrets are not preempted by the federal Copyright Act, but on remand to state court, the plaintiff must show that there are extra elements in those claims...
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