Trade secrets are a vital part of an intellectual property portfolio that can give a company a decisive competitive advantage in the marketplace.
PLI’s Trade Secrets: A Practitioner’s Guide can be a vital weapon in an attorney’s arsenal, providing the legal knowledge and practical instruction needed to protect clients’ trade secrets. In clear, direct terms, this authoritative, accessible guide spells out what a trade secret is, how it should be protected, and what to do when its secrecy is compromised.
Trade Secrets defines what trade secret misappropriation is, how you can prove it in court, how you can protect trade secret information during the course of litigation, and how you can gain appropriate legal and monetary remedies for clients when violations are proven. At the same time, Trade Secrets shows you how to apply the full range of available defenses against misappropriation claims. Included are timesaving sample forms, proactive checklists, and instructive trial testimony from actual cases.
Updated at least once a year, Trade Secrets: A Practitioner’s Guide is an essential tool for trade secret specialists and other intellectual property attorneys, corporate counsel and executives, scientists, engineers, business leaders, and generalists representing clients on trade secret matters.
December 11, 2013
Phone.com Patents Text Message Conferencing Method and System
From: Patent Law Practice Center
Phone.com recently received U.S. Patent No. 8,571,...
December 10, 2013
Patent Reform Passes in House of Representatives
The Innovation Act (HR 3309) was introduced on Oct...
December 2, 2013
Yahoo! Gets Fantasy Sports Software Patent
Online fantasy sports games, such as fantasy footb...
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