Court Sides with TydenBrooks Against Cambridge Security Seals

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According to court documents Cambridge Security Seals misappropriated TydenBrooks’ trade secrets, engaged in unfair competition and was unjustly enriched from the use of TydenBrooks’ intellectual property. (E.J. Brooks v. Cambridge Security Seals, 16-207-cv)

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We have talented engineers and employees that have been working with us for generations. We will continue to do everything in our power to ensure the protection of our trade secrets, fair competition and the integrity of the Security Seal Industry.

Today, according to court documents, the Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reaffirmed, in E.J. Brooks v. Cambridge Security Seals, 16-207-cv, a judgment from a jury trial (E.J. Brooks v. Cambridge Security Seals, 1:12-cv-02937), which found that Cambridge Security Seals misappropriated TydenBrooks’ trade secrets, engaged in unfair competition and was unjustly enriched from the use of TydenBrooks’ intellectual property. At trial TydenBrooks argued, among other things, that Cambridge misappropriated TydenBrooks’ technology for the manufacture of plastic indicative security seals, which Cambridge accomplished by hiring a number of engineers from TydenBrooks.

“We are grateful that the Court affirmed our favorable ruling against Cambridge,” said Robert J. Logemann, CEO of The Tyden Group. “As an industry leader with a history of innovation, we work diligently to develop products and processes to meet our customer’s needs. Protecting our intellectual property and position in the market is something we take very seriously. We have talented engineers and employees that have been working with us for generations. We will continue to do everything in our power to ensure the protection of our trade secrets, fair competition and the integrity of the Security Seal Industry."

Founded in 1873 TydenBrooks SPG, owned by Tyden Group, is the world’s largest manufacturer of security seals. Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia TydenBrooks SPG has locations in the US, Mexico, Europe and Asia; the company holds more than 150 patents.

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