Ponder v. Apyron Techs. Inc. (In re Apyron Techs. Inc.)

Former employee's intellectual property claim against debtor employer was subordinated to claims made by other unsecured creditors since the employee's false representations greatly injured the debtor.
Procedural posture: 
Plaintiff former employee sought a judgment declaring that he and not defendant debtor, who was his former employer, owned certain intellectual property. It was determined that the debtor owned the technology. The bankruptcy court addressed the balance of the debtor's motion for summary judgment.
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