TydenBrooks has prevailed in a longstanding lawsuit against Cambridge Security Seals. On May 4, 2015, a jury in the Federal District Court, Southern District of New York, found that Cambridge misappropriated TydenBrooks’ trade secrets relating to TydenBrooks’ manufacturing processes for its plastic indicative security seals. The jury also decided that Cambridge engaged in unfair competition and was unjustly enriched by its actions.
TydenBrooks, which filed the lawsuit in 2012, had alleged, among other things, that Cambridge hired TydenBrooks’ employees and then misappropriated TydenBrooks’ trade secrets relating to its manufacturing processes for plastic seals.
“TydenBrooks is gratified that the jury has protected TydenBrooks valuable and proprietary trade secrets,” said Bob Kirby, Global President of TydenBrooks. “The jury has sent a strong message that competitors should not attempt to get an unfair advantage in the marketplace through trade secret theft.” Kirby continued to say that, “For many years, TydenBrooks has been engaged in innovative, high quality solutions in the design, manufacture and supply of high security and tamper evident seals and devices on a global basis. TydenBrooks looks forward to partnering with current and future customers to provide them with first class service in an open, honest, and ethical manner.”
TydenBrooks is a global leader in the design, manufacture, and supply of high security and tamper evident seals and devices. Through its acquisitions of TydenBrammall, EJ Brooks, and Stoffel Seals, TydenBrooks has over 350 years of combined experience and history in the manufacture of security seals. TydenBrooks has constantly exhibited market leadership through innovation, research, quality, design, and manufacturing globally.