QUANTUM CHEMICAL CORP. V. THE M.W. KELLOGG COMPANY
We were counsel for Defendant/Counterclaimant The M.W. Kellogg Company in a suit in which Kellogg was sued for $260 million in actual damages plus $400 million in exemplary damages for alleged defective plant and furnace designs. Kellogg counterclaimed for misappropriation of Kellogg’s trade secrets. A no-fraud and zero damages verdict resulted for Plaintiff Quantum. In contrast, we obtained an $11.5 million verdict for Kellogg on its misappropriation counterclaim. The case settled favorably on the counterclaim.
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