Former Strasburger & Price Client Sues Firm for $161 Million

Law360, Dallas (June 20, 2014, 4:31 PM ET) — A former Strasburger & Price LLP client sued the firm for $161 million in Texas state court on Thursday, alleging the firm was responsible for a delay in bringing a case involving its proprietary technology to forecast the locations of precious-metal deposits that led to the case being thrown out.

Strasburger attorneys and the Donato D. Ramos PLLC firm represented Target Strike Inc. in a suit against a subsidiary of Marston & Marston Inc. that claimed the environmental services firm told one of Target Strike’s rivals about its proprietary, sophisticated software designed to help identify the locations of precious-mineral deposits potentially viable for commercial mining, and allegedly shared maps and other documents with the rival. The suit was removed from state court in San Antonio to federal court, then dismissed on timing grounds.

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