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Department of Justice Issues New Guidance on How It Evaluates Compliance Programs

USA - May 6 2019 Last week, the DOJ Criminal Division published a guidance document entitled "Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs" (ECCP). This document is...

Rodney M. Perry, Robert K. "Bob" Tompkins, Kwamina Thomas Williford.

Pre-Discovery Trade Secret Identification Under The DTSA

USA - February 7 2019 A previous post on this blog (Nov. 20, 2018) analyzed state laws that require a plaintiff suing for trade secret misappropriation to identify its...

Supreme Court Likely to End Judicial Deference to Agency Rule Interpretations

USA - January 14 2019 Two of the pillars of modern administrative law are the doctrines of judicial deference to agency interpretations of laws and rules that the agencies...

Trade Secrets and Non-Disclosure Agreements

USA - December 17 2018 The owner of a trade secret must take reasonable measures to keep the information secret in order to claim protection under the federal Defend Trade...

Whether the “Economic Loss Rule” Applies To DTSA Claims

USA - November 9 2018 A trade secret misappropriation claim can arise from the same facts as, and be joined with, a claim for breach of contract by the defendant, such as...