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A US court has handed car maker Ford a double victory in its dispute with Eagle Harbor Holdings (EHH) after ruling that it was not liable for patent infringement and that its trade secrets were misappropriated.
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Ford; Eagle Harbor Holding; patent infringement; trade secret