Trade secrets provide a method to protect your proprietary and confidential information. Generally trade secrets involve information of economic value that is not generally known by others and is subject to reasonable efforts to maintain its secrecy or confidentiality.
Examples of information that can constitute trade secrets include customer lists, pricing information, technical data, financial and other non-technical data, financial plans, formulas, patterns, compilations, programs, devices and methods.
We have successfully handled trade secret misappropriation litigation. We also have extensive experience with covenants not to compete as well as confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements, which are often involved in trade secret cases.
In addition, we advise clients on strategic advantages to choosing trade secrets, patents, copyrights or a combination of these methods to protect the technology and other innovations that they develop.
In doing so, we have handled trade secret disputes relating to:
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