National Public Seating Corp. v. Supper Chair Enterprise Co.



Plaintiff is a major supplier of folding chairs which arranged for manufacturing of chairs by defendant, located in Taiwan, to its proprietary specifications and based on proprietary technologies and know-how. The defendant breached the manufacturing contract in several respects and went on, after termination of the relationship, to continue using and offering the proprietary technology of plaintiff. Claims were made on various grounds including breach of the contract, breach of warranty, misappropriation of trade secrets, breach of fiduciary duty, conversion and replevin. Defendant did not answer and a default judgment and injunction was entered in plaintiff's favor.

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Reference Info:Pleadings | Federal, 3rd Circuit, New Jersey | United States

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