What is the minimum it takes to meet the Defend Trade Secrets Act’s “reasonable measures” requirement?
The primary effect of the Defend Trade Secrets Act has been to change where trade secrets lawsuits get filed.
The primary practical effect of the Defend Trade Secrets Act has been to shift a lot of typical customer list cases from state to federal court.
Did the federal trade secret statute’s new ex parte seizure remedy live up to the hype in the statute’s first year?
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These Texas non-compete injunction cases show you need to be prepared to offer evidence of “imminent harm” and “irreparable injury,” even if judges don’t always require it.
You can learn a lot about professional improvement by making a serious effort to improve your physical fitness.
How well does the new Texas Pattern Jury Charge perform in a typical soft trade secrets case?
These special “Fiver Rules” recognize the reality of modern litigation practice.
Texas Ethics Opinion 665 says Texas lawyers have an ethical duty to avoid inadvertently disclosing confidential metadata, but not an ethical duty to disclose they received inadvertently-sent confidential metadata