This morning the Federal Circuit released one precedential opinion reversing a district court in a trade secrets case. The district court had granted a preliminary injunction. Here is the introduction to the opinion.

Insulet Corp. v. EOFlow, Co. (Precedential)

EOFlow, Co. Ltd. and EOFlow, Inc. (collectively, “EOFlow”) appeal from an October 24, 2023 order of the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts granting a preliminary injunction sought by Insulet Corp. (“Insulet”). See Insulet Corp. v. EOFlow, Co., No. 1:23-cv-11780-FDS, 2023 WL 7647573 (D. Mass. Oct. 24, 2023) (“Order”); J.A. 38−41. The injunction enjoined EOFlow from manufacturing, marketing, or selling any product that was designed, developed, or manufactured, in whole or in part, using or relying on alleged trade secrets of Insulet. On May 7, 2024, we issued a temporary stay of the injunction pending this opinion. For the following reasons, we lift our stay and reverse the district court’s order.