Our China lawyers draft more non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) than any other contract.
On October 26, a U.S. District Judge for the Central District of California issued an arrest warrant for two parties in a trade secrets dispute involving a water-splitting technology and formula.
Aliphcom, Inc. d/b/a Jawbone won an early legal battle in a lawsuit filed against five of its former employees and its rival Fitbit, Inc.
Trade secrets are proprietary pieces of information, unknown to others, that give you an advantage over competitors.
If you are a regular reader of this blog, you know that litigating a trade secrets case in the Business Court can be tough.
Situations abound in which a defendant has been sued in state court, and wants to get to federal court.
Bipartisan, bicameral legislation is back. Acting to secure the valuable trade secrets of America’s most innovative and creative companies, a bipartisan group in both the Senate and the House introduced legislation on July 29 that will create a federal civil remedy for trade secret misappropriation.
This is the third in a series of posts addressing how corporate victims of trade secrets theft can enforce their intellectual property rights through the criminal justice system.
The International Trade Commission (ITC) issued a Limited Exclusion Order (LEO) excluding imported crawler cranes from Chinese manufacturer Sany Heavy Industry Co that were designed and manufactured using the misappropriated trade secrets and patented inventions of Manitowoc Cranes.
Many U.S. lawyers are surprised when I tell them that China has legal protection for trade secrets. Although China’s trade secret protections are scattered across several statutes, the most important is the Anti-Unfair Competition Law (“AUCL”).