Trade Secret is often a nebulous term encompassing disparate facts and analyses to ascertain its existence and enforceability. For instance, Plaintiff's belief that some particular information is a trade secret does not necessarily render such information trade secret, per se. The Plaintiff's cogent belief could be a factor, but a not a dispositive fact. In this article, we explore in some depth the statutory definition of Trade Secret in California and some pertinent case law.
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Topics: Trade Secrets
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