Nicholas W. Armington



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Open Question: Use of Stolen Trade Secrets May or May Not Qualify as a Predicate Act Under RICO

USA - March 10 2022 Since the passage of the Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA), trade secret owners have been able to use allegations of trade secret misappropriation under…

Oliver Ennis, Michael J. McNamara, Adam P. Samansky

Trade Secret Misappropriation Not Sufficiently Plead Where Defendant Possessed but did Not Threaten to Disclose Trade Secret Information in Southern District of New York Case

USA - January 25 2022 Last year, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York addressed an issue of first impression concerning what constitutes…

Adam P. Samansky

Federal Circuit Reiterates Requirement under § 287 that Alleged Infringers have Notice of Specific Alleged Infringement

USA - September 9 2021 Earlier this month in Lubby Holdings LLC et al. v. Chung, No. 2019-2286 (Fed. Cir. Sept. 1, 2021), the Federal Circuit overturned a damages award…

Peter J. Cuomo, Adam P. Samansky

Fast Track to Justice for Trade Secret Theft at the ITC: New Senate Bill Would Expand ITC Authority to Curtail Trade Secret Theft by Foreign Governments

USA - June 23 2021 Amid the continuing threat to U.S. intellectual property rights posed by foreign actors, the International Trade Commission (ITC) is poised to become…

Richard G. Gervase, Jr., Allen Loayza, Michael T. Renaud

Fact-Specific Inquiry: Deciding Between Trade Secret and Patent Protection

USA - September 15 2020 Innovations that are eligible for patent protection are often vital to a company’s revenue stream and profitability, but in some cases, opting for…

Adam P. Samansky