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Stop Trade Secret Thieves Before They Leave

ThinkstockPhotos-482975110One of the most likely times to lose trade secret protection occurs when an employee leaves the company. If there are feelings of resentment, the employee may want to harm the employer, or the employee may mistakenly feel that he or she will be more valuable to a new employer by bringing such information. Regardless of reason or intention, companies need a trade secret protection plan in place to prevent trade secrets from leaving with their employees. Here are some tips for adding protection to the exiting process. Continue reading

Need to Protect Trade Secrets in Litigation? There’s a Privilege for That

Trade secrets are not necessarily outed in litigation. There’s a conditional privilege that protects owners of trade secrets from being forced to spill their secrets. Continue reading

Medical Privacy: the Final Final Rule

56362913In March, at long last, the US Department of Health and Human Services released a final Omnibus Rule on privacy and security of personal health information. Some have labeled the Rule a “sweeping reform,” but, in fact, it largely just replaces and finalizes prior “interim” final rules and proposed rules. But there are some important changes you should know about. Continue reading

Have You Done a Trade Secret Audit?

secret_105634725The best way to analyze a company’s trade secrets (and how well protected they are) is through a formal audit. Here’s an overview of how to do a trade secret audit. Continue reading

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