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Wake Forest Leaks Scandal May Offer “Playbook” For Businesses Seeking Trade Secret Protection

After a long political season that took many twists and turns due in part to revelations from WikiLeaks, the holiday season finally arrived. For many, that meant family traditions, time away from work, and massive amounts of...more

BREAKING: President Obama Signs Defend Trade Secrets Act Into Law

On May 10, 2016, as anticipated, President Barack Obama signed the Defend Trade Secrets Act into law, wrapping up a lengthy bipartisan effort to bring trade secrets under federal system law. Some observed that the fact that...more

This Day In Trade Secrets: In October 1859, New York Marble Maker Sues Over Disclosure Of Marbleizing Methods

One hundred and fifty-four years ago this month, New York marble marker Egbert Deming sued Ezra Chapman, seeking to prevent him from disclosing a secret method for making artificial marble. Chapman had agreed in writing not...more

Memorial Day Weekend Edition: Century-Old Third Circuit Opinion On Warship Documents Shows Courts’ Historic Hostility Toward Trade...

This Memorial Day weekend, we would like to stop and honor the sacrifice that American servicemen and women have made, and take a brief look at an early case involving the military and trade secrets....more

Texas Insiders Say Businesses Champing At The Bit For New Trade Secrets Law To Take Effect

For decades, Texas was the wild west of trade secrets law, governed by the state’s outdated common law with no trade secrets statute on the books. ...more

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