TNT Fleet Supply, LLC v. McNure et al
ORDER granting 5 Motion for preliminary injunction. Further, Plaintiff shall SHOW CAUSE by way of legal briefing as to how this Court has subject matter jurisdiction under the Defend Trade Secrets Act, 18 U.S.C. § 1831 et seq., within 14 days hereof. Defendants shall have 14 days thereafterto respond. Signed by Judge Dudley H. Bowen on 2/7/17. (cmr)
TNT FLEET SUPPLY,
BRANDON MCNURE, FREIGHTLINER
OF SAVANNAH, INC., and DUBLIN
TRUCK PARTS, LLC,
On January 25,
Plaintiff TNT Fleet Supply,
filed the captioned matter upon allegations that Defendants
Freightliner of Savannah,
in violation of
seq., and the Georgia Trade Secrets Act, O.C.G.A.
Plaintiff also filed a motion for a temporary restraining
promptly served with the summons and complaint and the Court's
The matter came before the Court for said hearing on
February 1, 2017; all parties appeared and were represented by
principal witnesses in the case.
Following the hearing, the
parties have been negotiating a resolution of the matter, but
injunctive relief and submitted proposed consent orders
chambers on February 6, 2017.
Having assimilated the separate
preliminary injunction (doc. no. 5)
Defendants must immediately secure all copies of the
whether electronic or paper copy,
and ensure that no
one has access to the Lists other than counsel for Defendants;
Defendants are restrained and enjoined from,
permitting anyone other than counsel for Defendants access to,
Defendants shall preserve all information in their
possession, custody or control, whether in electronic or hard
regarding or related to TNT's claims contained in the
This Order is binding upon Defendants,
agents, servants, employees, and attorneys, and all persons in
active concert or participation with all of
them who receive
actual notice of the Order by personal service or otherwise in
Defendants are instructed to provide a copy of this Order to
all Freightliner of Savannah and Dublin Truck Part employees
This preliminary injunction shall
effect until further order of this Court.
shall SHOW CAUSE by way of legal briefing as to how this Court
has subject matter jurisdiction under the Defend Trade Secrets
Defendants shall have fourteen (14)
UNITED/STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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