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Judge denies motion to dismiss in Dice v. Bold

February 22, 2012Rich Miller

BAY CITY, Mich.—A federal judge has denied a motion by Bold Technologies to dismiss a claim filed against it by Dice Corp. in the ongoing trade dispute between the providers of central station automation platforms.Michigan-based Dice sued its competitor in federal court last August, alleging that Colorado-based Bold unlawfully accessed Dice's proprietary software with the help of Amy Condon, a former Dice engineer hired by Bold.Dice, which is seeking damages and compensation, says it spent...

Amy Condon, Bold Technologies, Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, Craig Horn, David McDaniel, DICE Corp., Thomas L. Ludington


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DICE levels more charges against Bold

October 27, 2011Tess Nacelewicz

BAY CITY, Mich. and COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.—A legal dispute between central station automation platform provider DICE and its competitor Bold ratcheted up in October when DICE filed three additional allegations against Bold in court. DICE now is accusing Bold of copyright infringement and violation of two federal laws, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act and the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.However, Bold, in a response filed in court Nov. 1, claims that DICE is “unable to compete with...

Amy Condon, Bold, Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, Craig W. Horn, dice, Digital Millennium Copyright Act, R. Christopher Cataldo.


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