Pennsylvania District Court Denies Motion to Dismiss and for a More Definite Statement

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Plaintiff Kimberton Healthcare Consulting, Inc. d/b/a DialysisPPO (DPPO), a provider of benefits consulting services, brought an action alleging breach of contract, violation of the Pennsylvania Uniform Trade Secrets Act (PUTSA) and various tort claims against Primary Physiciancare, Inc. (PPC), a privately held medical management company.

Plaintiff Kimberton Healthcare Consulting, Inc. d/b/a DialysisPPO (DPPO), a provider of benefits consulting services, brought an action alleging breach of contract, violation of the Pennsylvania Uniform Trade Secrets Act (PUTSA) and various tort claims against Primary Physiciancare, Inc. (PPC), a privately held medical management company. The plaintiff alleged that PPC used the plaintiff’s confidential information, obtained during negotiations that resulted in a consulting agreement between the parties, to create a competing cost containment program that PPC offered to its clients at no charge.

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