A “list of actual or potential customers or suppliers” of a company qualifies as a trade secret as long as: (1) its owner, i.e. the company, took reasonable measures to keep it secret and (2) the list has an economic value because it is not generally known and cannot be easily determined by another person.
Tag: How to protect trade secrets
9 Basic Steps For Minizing Trade Secrets Theft From Your Company
Lawsuits involving trade secrets theft have become an almost weekly occurrence. In 2015, Fitbit, Nike, Angie’s List, and Oculus Rift became entangled in high-profile legal battles arising
Two Common (and Costly) Mistakes in Trade Secrets Litigation
Trade secrets litigation can be expensive, and if you can avoid it by implementing the measures that I’ve previously described here, then you are off