“Relative to the first alleged breach, and as explained in more detail in the factual background, Shaw’s and Nagel’s communications with Nixer Comp were efforts to promote and pitch the PayGo software as the best solution to meet Nixer Comp’s needs. They did not divulge, let alone transfer, confidential or proprietary information of the PayGo software or of PayGo, LLC during the April 2020 meeting or in other communications with Nixer Comp or MIS,” Cabell wrote.