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July 9, 2012

Early Disclosure of Non-Compete Agreements Now Required Under New Hampshire Law

Signifying New Hampshire’s first regulation of private non-compete agreements, Governor John Lynch

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July 9, 2012

Washington Court Clarifies Pleading Requirements for CFAA Claims

Trade secret disputes increasingly center on an ex-employee copying trade secret information from the

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June 19, 2012

Virginia Court Overturns Damage Award in Trade Secrets Case for Insufficient Evidence of Lost Market Value

In a recent Virginia trade secrets case, the appellate court’s ruling illustrates that in any case

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June 12, 2012

Michigan Federal Court Limits Use of Computer Fraud and Abuse Act to Prosecute Disloyal Employee

The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) prohibits (among other things) an employee from accessing an

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May 30, 2012

Court Finds Texas Company Stole Trade Secrets after Hiring Employee from Competitor

In late May, after a three-week trial, a Houston federal court jury ruled M3 Technology, Inc. had misappropriated

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May 17, 2012

Connecticut Court Restricts Customer and Vendor Information in April Fool's Day Joke Gone Wrong

On April 25, 2012, a Connecticut federal district court resolved an unfair competition discovery dispute

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May 15, 2012

The Importance of Pleading Actual Harm in Trade Secret Misappropriation Cases

In an April 25, 2012 ruling [pdf] a Middle District of North Carolina court clearly illustrated the importance

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May 9, 2012

New York Court: Plaintiff Must Identify Trade Secrets

A conundrum employers face when protecting trade secrets is the obligation to identify the very secrets

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May 2, 2012

Can "Friends" Be Trade Secrets?

Unfair competition litigation frequently involves disputes over whether information actually constitutes

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April 24, 2012

Should Courts Revisit the Rule Limiting a Non-Competition Injunction to the Term Provided in an Employment Contract?

It is well-established that an injunction to enforce a non-compete provision should not extend beyond

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