Ford took a blow last week when it was ordered to pay damages of almost $105 million to a long-standing software licensor, for breach of contract and misappropriation of trade secrets. Dan Webb, partner at Winston & Strawn and lead counsel for Versata, speaks to WIPR about the case.
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Ford, Versata Software, trade secrets, Michigan, misappropriation, breach of contract, confidential information, Dan Webb, Winston & Strawn