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HID GLOBAL CORPORATION, v. VECTOR FLOW, INC.
A recent development in HID GLOBAL CORPORATION v. VECTOR FLOW, INC. stood out to our team because it centers around the format and security of ESI production.
In this case, HID alleges "trade secret misappropriation, breach of fiduciary duty, and breach of contract." HID requested a direct inspection of Vector Flow's "live Jira system" rather than reviewing exported Jira tickets in a spreadsheet to address allegations that Vector Flow was deleting and modifying information in its Jira database.
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