Judge rules against InfoSpace

Thursday, 22 May 2003, 07:00 Hrs
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Intelius, Inc., announced Thursday that all allegations made by InfoSpace (Nasdaq:INSP) against the company and two of its founders were denied by Judge McBroom in King County Court, Seattle.


BELLEVUE: The Judge in the case noted that there was no evidence presented to establish that defendants Naveen Jain and Kevin Marcus are in possession of proprietary information or trade secrets of InfoSpace that would enable them to compete unfairly with InfoSpace.

In addition to denying InfoSpace's motion against Intelius, Judge McBroom also ruled that InfoSpace must pay all legal fees incurred by Intelius during the course of its defense to these allegations.

"We are pleased with the outcome," said Naveen Jain, founder and CEO of Intelius. "This will allow us to continue to focus on building Intelius into a successful, profitable business."
Source: IANS

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