Brief Earthweb v. Schlack

Brief Earthweb v. Schlack - Cameron Hartman 10/1/09 Seat...

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Unformatted text preview: Cameron Hartman 10/1/09 Seat #59 EARTHWEB, INC. v. SCHLACK Facts: The defendant, Schlack, was employed by Earthweb, a company that provides online services to information technology spets, as the Vice President of Worldwide Content. After being employed for about one year, Schlack resigned to work with ITworld.com, a subsidiary of IDG, which is supposedly the worlds leading provider of IT print-based information. According to Earthweb, Schlack was one of their most important officers, and they claimed that he made significant strategic decisions relating to content as part of his job duties. Earthweb also claimed that Schlack (what a fun name!) was involved in deciding what content Earthweb licensed, and several other various details involving content. Schlack was involved in negotiating two licensing agreements with third party, and he knows the companies that Earthweb wants to license. An agreements with third party, and he knows the companies that Earthweb wants to license....
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This note was uploaded on 09/17/2011 for the course BLAW 300 taught by Professor King during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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