Rapid changes in technology coupled with the ability to electronically capture and transmit information in a matter of milliseconds making it increasingly difficult to keep trade secrets and confidential information private. We understand that protecting your trade secrets and confidential information is critical in maintaining your competitive advantage/edge over competitors. However, we also recognize that even the soundest safeguards and security policies may be compromised by improper means, such as breach of a duty to maintain secrecy, theft, bribery, and/or espionage. Unless there is an immediate and decisive legal response, trade secret misappropriation by former employees or third parties can cause enormous loss of value to your company. We can contribute to the success of your company’s business model by assisting you to develop comprehensive protection plans that preempt and defend against trade secret misappropriation.
Our attorneys work diligently to prosecute and protect you against those businesses or individuals who improperly handle proprietary information, violate non-disclosure agreements, improperly solicit customers or remove electronic data from businesses, or raid employees. We similarly work aggressively to defend our clients against such allegations, because we understand the frustrating effects that can occur when trade secret misappropriation, computer fraud, breach of contract, and business tort allegations are wrongfully alleged. We also consider contingency agreements for these matters on a case-by-case basis. We are prepared to assist you in the following areas:
Our attorneys can help identify and protect your proprietary information and litigate in instances of alleged misappropriation of proprietary information. We work to defend aggressively our clients against such allegations because we understand the potential damage to their reputations that can occur when trade secret infringement allegations arise. Our services include but are not limited to:
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$2.0 Million-dollar settlement prior to trial. A confidentiality agreement was entered into as part of the settlement.
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