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Ex-SanDisk Employee Arrested In Japan, Civil Suits Filed In The Wake Of Alleged Flash Memory Trade Secrets Misappropriation

Technology firms SanDisk and Toshiba recently filed trade secrets lawsuits on opposite sides of the Pacific, each alleging misappropriation by a third party stemming from the two companies’ joint venture....more

Rolex Says "Time is Up" for alleged Craigslist Counterfeiter

On February 5, 2014, Rolex Watch U.S.A.,Inc. (“Rolex”) of New York, New York, filed a complaint against Nicholas Peter Karettis (“the defendant”) of Tyrone, Georgia, alleging Trademark Counterfeiting and Infringement under 15...more

To Prosecute Or Not To Prosecute? Limiting Exposure Of Trade Secrets During Criminal Prosecutions

Trade Secrets Watch previously outlined the benefits and potential risks of referring a case of trade secrets theft to the government for criminal prosecution. One of the most important downsides to consider is that the...more

Winter 2014 Federal Copyright and Trade Secret Legislation Update

Several bills under consideration in the 113th Congress would establish or significantly amend certain federal statutes related to the protection, enforcement, and exploitation of trade secrets or copyrights. Some legislation...more

Greater Protection Against Fake Goods In EU As Of 1 January 2014

Right holders are faced with an ever increasing battle against fake goods. The European Union Anti-Piracy Regulation offers an effective first-line defense against fake goods....more

LEGISLATIVE UPDATE: Rep. Zoe Lofgren Proposes New Legislation, Including A Civil Cause Of Action For Trade Secret Misappropriation

We previously reported on the downpour of recent trade secret activity in Congress. Last week, Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren (D-Cal.) added to the deluge by introducing two bills bearing on trade secret misappropriation...more

New Laws Increase Criminal Liability For Disclosure Of Trade Secrets: Are You Protected?

Two new criminal laws underscore the value of trade secrets as a critical asset to a corporation. These new laws, the Trade Secrets Clarification Act (TSCA) and the Foreign and Economic Espionage Penalty Enhancement Act...more

Guggenheim Capital v. Toumei

Brief for Defendant-Appellant David Birnbaum

This appeal concerns the question of whether it is proper for a court to enter, as a sanction for litigation non-compliance, a default judgment and a seven-figure statutory damages award against a penurious individual who...more

Business Litigation Report -- March 2012

In This Issue: Firm Awards: Legal Business Names Quinn Emanuel "US Law Firm of the Year" QE's Appellate and Antitrust Practices Ranked Top in the Nation Firm News: Star Trial Lawyer William Burck...more

Quinn Emanuel Business Litigation Report - September 2011

In This Issue: Firm News: Quinn Emanuel Launches Washington, D.C. Office to Serve IP Clients Main Article: Inequitable Conduct as a Defense to Patent Infringement in the Wake of Therasense: Defining...more

Privacy? You Don't Got No Stinkin' Privacy!

When someone subpoenas subscriber information from an internet service provider, does the subscriber have an expectation of privacy? In California, at least, the answer seems to be: No. In People v. Stirpo, (Second District...more

How Not to Investigate a Suspected Data Theft

There are few reported cases that reflect the problems that can result from computer investigations being inexpertly performed. U.S. v. Koo, 2011 WL 777965 (D. Or. March 1, 2011), decided this month by an Oregon federal...more

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