The Texas Supreme Court’s HouseCanary opinion addresses motions to seal in trade secrets cases.
Like the 2017 remix of Sgt. Pepper, redoing my classic paper on the essentials of Texas trade secrets law was a challenge.
If an employee acquires–but does not use or disclose–an employer’s trade secret, can the employer still sue for “misappropriation”?
Does misappropriation of trade secrets create a presumption of irreparable injury in Texas?
How do you submit “misappropriation” to the jury in a Texas trade secrets trial?
What does it take to adequately plead a claim for misappropriation of trade secrets? Or to get one dismissed?
A recent case offers lessons on how to get (or avoid) a trade secrets injunction in Texas.
The right question is not “should Texas follow the inevitable disclosure doctrine?” but rather “what evidence is sufficient to establish imminent harm from the threatened use of trade secrets?”
In a concurring opinion in Gaskamp v. WSP, Justice Terry Jennings criticized the Texas Supreme Court’s literal interpretation of the TCPA.
Check out this updated version of our popular “Trade Secrets 101” memo.