Versata Software, Inc., et al v. Ford Motor Company
FINAL JUDGMENT. Signed by District Judge Matthew F. Leitman. (HRya)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN
Versata Software, Inc. f/k/a Trilogy
Software, Inc., Versata Development
Group, Inc. and Trilogy, Inc.,
Case No. 15-cv-10628
(consolidated with Case No. 15-cv-11264)
Hon. Matthew F. Leitman
Ford Motor Company,
Plaintiffs Versata Software, Inc. f/k/a Trilogy Software, Inc., Versata
Development Group, Inc. and Trilogy, Inc. (collectively, “Versata”) asserted three
claims against Defendant Ford Motor Company (“Ford”) for breach of contract and
four claims for misappropriation of trade secrets. Ford asserted one claim against
Versata for breach of contract.
Based on the record in this case, including the Court’s order granting Ford’s
post-trial Rule 50(b) motion for judgment as a matter of law, ECF No. 1054, as
modified by ECF No. 1063, and the Court’s order denying Versata’s motion for a
permanent injunction or, in the alternative, an ongoing royalty, ECF No. 1079, IT
IS HEREBY ORDERED AND ADJUDGED that final judgment is entered as
• For Versata on its three claims for breach of contract, for which Versata
shall recover from Ford nominal damages in the amount of $3;
• For Versata on its claims for misappropriation of the Grid, Buildability,
and Workspaces combination trade secrets, for which Versata shall recover
from Ford $0 in damages;
• Against Versata on its claim for misappropriation of the alleged MCA
combination trade secret;
• Against Ford on its breach of contract claim; and
• Against Versata on its requested permanent injunction or, in the
alternative, ongoing royalty.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
CLERK OF COURT
s/Matthew F. Leitman
MATTHEW F. LEITMAN
United States District Judge
Dated: November 15, 2023
s/Holly A. Ryan
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