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Jobs at stake in Sealegs copyright fight

NZX-listed amphibious systems company seeks to shut down competitor over alleged copyright breach  

Tim Hunter
Mon, 31 Oct 2016

Rival amphibious boat makers have squared off at the High Court in a copyright battle that puts jobs and reputations at stake.

NZX-listed Sealegs, whose vessels pioneered the market, is seeking an interim injunction to block a competing system from Auckland engineering firm Orion Marine and

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Tim Hunter
Mon, 31 Oct 2016
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