Will it become routine for defendants in Texas trade secrets lawsuits to file motions to dismiss under the TCPA?
In Elite Auto Body, the Austin Court of Appeals held that the Texas anti-SLAPP statute applies to ordinary trade secrets lawsuits.
Recent case holds that the Texas anti-SLAPP statute applies to a company’s claim that a former employee communicated confidential information and trade secrets to a competitor.
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?
How well does the new Texas Pattern Jury Charge perform in a typical soft trade secrets case?
A high-stakes battle over who owns the technology used in the Oculus Rift virtual reality system
From Russia with Love: California Court Addresses Personal Jurisdiction Under Defend Trade Secrets Act
The recent Brunswick v. Sultanov case addresses an ex parte seizure order under the Defend Trade Secrets Act, plus a novel personal jurisdiction argument.