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Trade Secret and Trade Secret Protection: Knowing is Half the Battle

Waymo v. Uber.  Qualcomm v. Apple.  ZeniMax v. Oculus.  While high profile trade secret cases like these have become more prevalent in headlines over the past couple of years, intellectual property cases do not only arise in the context of well-known corporations.  The number of trade secret cases in general has risen exponentially, due in part to the increase in startups, small tech firms, and the mobility of employees.  Oftentimes, smaller businesses rely on trade secret protection for designs and processes to avoid the upfront expense of obtaining patents, which require public disclosure of the underlying science or process and typically only provide protection for a set number of years.

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