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MNI is a licensed mortgage lender that is authorized to conduct business in Florida. MNI sues former branch manager of its Destin, Florida, office and MNI vice-president Bryan Stone ("Stone"); former Destin branch office loan originator Phillip Heppding ("Heppding"); and mortgage lender Guaranteed Home Mortgage Corporation ("GHMC"), MNI's competitor and the prospective employer of Stone and Heppding. MNI describes this case as one involving the theft of computerized data, the improper use of proprietary information trade secrets, and the violation of a non-competition agreement. According to MNI, prior to leaving MNI for employment with GHMC in February 2009, Stone and Heppding misappropriated MNI's trade secrets, proprietary and confidential business information, including loan applicant files, applicant social security and credit card numbers, MNI's propriety Lending Tree information, personnel information, and other information. MNI's nine-count complaint asserts the following claims: breach of fiduciary duty (Stone); breach of the duty of loyalty (Stone and Heppding); violation of the Florida Uniform Trade Secrets Act ("FUTSA"), Fla. Stat. § 688.001, et seq. (Stone, Heppding…
. . . . ¶ 34 (citing D.C.Code §§ 42-815; 42-815.01). . . .
. . . Code § 42-815.01(b) (2001). . . . Code § 42-815.01(a) (2001). Although Henok characterizes the mortgage as a “residential mortgage! . . .
. . . Compl. at 19, Counts 2, 14, 19, and adds statutory claims of wrongful foreclosure under D.C.Code § 42-815.01 . . . D.C.Code § 42-815.01(a) (2001). . . .
. . . Compl. at 19, Counts 2, 14,19, and adds statutory claims of wrongful foreclosure under D.C.Code § 42-815.01 . . . D.C.Code § 42-815.01(a) (2001). . . .
. . . Code § 42-815.01 (2001) (requiring that to cure a default, a residential mortgage debtor shall “[p]ay . . . Code § 42-815.01(a). . . . .
. . . Section 42-815.01 of the D.C.Code provides that, with certain limitations, the mortgage debtor must be . . . D.C.Code § 42 — 815.01(c)(1)—(3). . . . D.C.Code § 42-815.01(b). . . .
. . . D.C.Code § 42-815.01(b)-(c). . . .
. . . violations of the District of Columbia Right to Cure Residential Mortgage Default Act, D.C.Code § 42-815.01 . . . D.C.Code § 42-815.01(b) and (c). . . . She argues that Option One violated Section 815.01 because it refused to provide her with accurate payoff . . . plaintiff assumes that if the lender does not provide a payoff amount upon request, it has breached Section 815.01 . . .