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Topic - Aaron Zamost
Google spokesman Aaron Zamost said the company isn't commenting until it has had more time to review the suit.
"Silicon Valley was built on the ability of individuals to use their knowledge and expertise to seek better employment opportunities, a principle recognized by both California law and public policy," Google spokesman Aaron Zamost said. "We respect trade secrets, and will defend ourselves against these claims."