No. 91-3284.

971 F.2d 136 (1992)

EATON CORPORATION, Appellee, v. David W. GIERE; Dikon Manufacturing Company, Appellants.

United States Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit.

Decided July 27, 1992.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Richard P. Clem, Minneapolis, Minn., argued, for appellants.

J. Michael Amrein, Chicago, Ill., argued (R. Scott Davies, Minneapolis, Minn., and Michael H. King and John K. Stromsta, Chicago, Ill., appeared on the brief), for appellee.

Before WOLLMAN and HANSEN, Circuit Judges, and ROY, Senior District Judge.

ROY, Senior District Judge.

The plaintiff/appellee in this action, Eaton Corporation, is a company which manufactures, among other things, hydrostatic (hydraulic) transmissions and transaxles.1 Appellant David Giere is a former employee of Eaton who resigned after working for Eaton for about 10 years as a mechanical engineer specializing in the field of hydrostatic transmissions. Appellant Dikon Manufacturing Company ("Dikon") is a corporation...

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