In a lawsuit filed in U. S. District Court in Massachusetts progressing this month, battery builder A123 Systems has indicted tech hulk Apple of poaching 5 of a tip engineers, as good as during slightest 7 other employees of a company.
A123 has claimed in a lawsuit that a assertive poaching of some of a company’s pivotal employees by Apple violates a employees’ nondisclosure and non-compete agreements when they quit a company.
With a LinkedIn profiles of a former A123 staff members display that they are experts in battery dungeon design, materials growth and production engineering, A123 has purported in a lawsuit that Apple is apparently building a battery multiplication roughly matching to A123.
Since some of a former A123 employees are being hired during Apple by a battery maker’s ex-Chief Technology Officer Mujeeb Ijaz who has now assimilated Apple, A123 is seeking a confining sequence as good as rough claim to stop Ijaz from poaching a company’s employees for Apple.
In a censure filed in a court, A123 said: “It appears that Apple, with a assistance of suspect Ijaz, is evenly employing divided A123′s high tech PhD and engineering employees, thereby effectively shutting down several projects/programs during A123.”