This excerpt taken from the WBMD 8-K filed Nov 23, 2009.
Porex Corporation v. Kleanthis Dean Haldopoulos, Benjamin T. Hirokawa and Micropore Plastics, Inc.
On September 24, 2005, the Companys subsidiary, Porex Corporation, filed a complaint in the Superior Court of Fulton County against two former employees of Porex, Dean Haldopoulos and Benjamin Hirokawa, and their corporation, Micropore Plastics, Inc. (Micropore), alleging misappropriation of Porexs trade secrets and breaches of Haldopoulos and Hirokawas employment agreements, and seeking monetary and injunctive relief. The lawsuit was subsequently transferred to the Superior Court of DeKalb County, Georgia. On October 24, 2005, the defendants filed an Answer and Counterclaims against Porex. In the Answer and Counterclaims, the defendants allege that Porex breached non-disclosure and standstill agreements in connection with a proposed transaction between Porex and Micropore and engaged in fraud. The defendants also seek punitive damages and expenses of litigation. In connection with the Companys recent sale of Porex (described above in Note 2), the Company agreed to indemnify Porex for any liability that may be incurred by Porex with respect to defendants counterclaim against Porex and for certain legal fees of Porex in connection with the case.