As readers of this blog may know, the "inevitable disclosure" doctrine is a theory of trade secrets misappropriation.
A plaintiff need not show either actual or threatened misappropriation if it can prove that it's...more
The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act is organized about as logically as David Foster Wallace's sprawling masterpiece, Infinite Jest.
For literary fiction, that might be fine. For federal statutes, it's a disaster....more
I have written frequently on this blog concerning the subject of liquidated damages. A pre-determined formula or amount of damages is particularly appropriate for non-compete disputes for three primary reasons....more
Today's Chicago Tribune Business section contains a lead article on the sentencing of Hanjuan Jin (right), the former software engineer who was caught boarding a plane to China with highly confidential documents...more