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Samsung accuses LG employees of theft  May 11, 2012 – 08:57 am
Milliken & Company Wins High Court Judgment in Patent Infringement Lawsuit The Associated Press is reporting that 11 people have been charged with Intellectual Property theft from Samsung related to its advanced OLED TV technology from  Samsung. 6 of those people have been identified as LG employees.

LG has officially denied these claims but Samsung is sticking to its guns and claiming “systematically stole its display technology and poached Samsung employees.”

A good reminder to business managers to evaluate their Intellectual Property protection systems and risk management frameworks.

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