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“Pin Down” Your Trade Secrets So the Court Can “Do Its...

Although four categories of trade secrets had been identified—(1) virality capabilities (2) user interface/experience (“UI/UX”) (3) venue focus and (4) integration of third-party apps—the plaintiff had not identified any trade secrets with “sufficient specificity.”

Federal Court Rules Trade Secret Damages Can Extend beyond the U.S....

This ruling is important for companies who seek to protect their trade secrets beyond the U.S. If your company does business in a foreign jurisdiction, particularly one that does not have the U.S.’s robust intellectual property protections, the DTSA may provide a remedy in the event of foreign trade secret theft.

How China Stole an Entire Airplane via Industry Week

China stands alone in the world in the way it engages in broad-based, pervasive industrial espionage through the use of human sources, cyber-intrusion, and outright theft across a countless number of industries.

Getty Images Sued Yet Again For Trying To License Public Domain...

Mon, Apr 1st 2019 9:42am — Mike Masnick Back in 2016, we wrote about two separate lawsuits involving claims that Getty...

Intellectual Property: A Funny Thing Happened When Seeking the Truth...

by Robin Thompson I had a unique experience involving my love of information and documents that I want to share...