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This litigation is between a company and a prior contractor of the company over the creation of a two-wheel electric motorized vehicle. In June 2014, Defendant BOXX Corporation sent a letter to Plaintiffs alleging legal claims based on violations of confidentiality and non-disclosure obligations, a non-compete covenant, and the Oregon Uniform Trade Secrets Act, as well as the theft of intellectual property of BOXX. The letter also accused Plaintiff Baker of defamation and Copyright Act violations. The letter concluded with a series of demands and promised a lawsuit against Plaintiffs Baker and Works Electric. In response, Plaintiffs brought this Declaratory Judgment action to obtain a declaration that they had not violated BOXX’s rights. BOXX has filed an Answer that alleges several additional facts and includes eleven counterclaims, including several promised in the June cease-and-desist letter.

Works Electric LLC et al v. BOXX Corporation

Court Case Number: 3:14-cv-01773-ST
File Date: Friday, November 07, 2014
Plaintiff: Works Electric LLC, Brad Baker
Plaintiff Counsel: Darian A. Stanford, Phillip J. Nelson of Slinde Nelson Stanford
Defendant: BOXX Corporation
Cause: Declaratory Judgment
Court: District of Oregon
Judge: Magistrate Judge Janice M. Stewart