The business world is littered with the carcasses of companies which, after they shared their confidential information and trade secrets with a non-competitor, such as their client, supplier, or vendor, were undercut by that party, who all of a sudden realized that they could profit from the information by cutting out the middle-man.
Before filing a trade secrets case or in the early stages of such case, a company bringing a lawsuit should always consider the following questions: (1) what damages did we suffer? (2) how do we calculate such damages? (3) how do we prove the damages in court?
On Friday, President-elect Donald Trump named Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions as his pick for the next Attorney General. Sessions is a former U.S. attorney and
Whether you are talking to a potential buyer of your company, an interested investor, or a joint venture partner, before any confidential information is shared
Whether you are hiring a new employee or entering in a contract with your vendor or supplier, if you are planning on giving these persons
One of the factors that distinguishes successful startups from those that fail, is not just a great idea, but an idea that’s legally protected from