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Europe: developments in EU laws on trade secrets and data protection
  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • European Union, USA
  • June 24 2016

The Trade Secrets Directive was passed by the Council of Europe on 27 May 2016. It will come into force 20 days after its publication in the EU


Get Off My Cloud: “BYOC” Workplaces Pose Trade Secrets Risks
  • Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
  • USA
  • April 26 2016

There’s been a lot of talk in recent years about “BYOD” (“Bring Your Own Device”) policies, which are becoming increasingly common in the workplace


9th Circuit: Claims proceed in California despite French forum selection clause
  • Jackson Lewis PC
  • USA
  • April 25 2016

A federal appeals court has held a forum selection clause in a non-disclosure agreement does not cover trade secret misappropriation and related


Aspects of private social media groups may be protectable under Illinois trade secret law
  • Seyfarth Shaw LLP
  • USA
  • May 28 2015

In Illinois federal court, a plaintiff alleged aspects of their LinkedIn group were trade secrets misappropriated by the defendant. The defendant


Washington court clarifies pleading requirements for CFAA claims
  • Littler Mendelson PC
  • USA
  • July 9 2012

Trade secret disputes increasingly center on an ex-employee copying trade secret information from the former employer’s computer system and using that information to benefit his or her new employer


Click wrap? Forget it: federal court finds that violation of online clickwrap agreement not enough to constitute trade secret misappropriation under California law
  • Seyfarth Shaw LLP
  • USA
  • February 17 2012

On February 13, 2012, a federal judge in Los Angeles, California dismissed a remote-access software company’s claim that one of its customers violated the California Trade Secrets Act, Cal. Civ. Code 3426.1 et seq., by downloading a trial version of plaintiff’s Mac-environment remote-access software and “reverse engineering” its own program


Natalie L. Arbaugh
  • Fish & Richardson PC

Audrey Horton
  • Bird & Bird

Linda M. Inscoe
  • Latham & Watkins LLP

Lucy Kilshaw
  • CMS Cameron McKenna