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trade secret

a secret formula, technique, process, etc., known and used to advantage by only one manufacturer
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submission" case law has been rolled into modern trade secret law,
(125) Additionally, "trade secret law protects only against those
This pocket reference is intended for law students and attorneys as well as business professionals; it can also serve as a companion to the authorsAE Cases and Materials on Trade Secret Law, 2nd Edition.
(57) Another major aim of trade secret law consists in maintaining
Cultural and Common Law Origins of Trade Secret Law
Although DTSA is expressly modeled after UTSA and is not intended to preempt state trade secret laws, there are several important differences between DTSA and the UTSA framework.
Under the restricted access theory, trade secret law might appear
Trade Secret law is in flux right now as both houses of Congress have passed bills for the Defend Trade Secrets Act 2016, and it appears likely the bill will be signed by the President to strengthen trade secret rights.
harmonization of trade secret law would provide more effect and
Fundamentally, trade secret law has evolved to a point where people understand how the law applies to their businesses fairly well and know the gaps and deficiencies....
Trade secret law, a creature born of cases argued before the various state courts, are always fact-intensive.