Trade Secrets and Non-Competes

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We regularly help clients protect their trade secrets, and, when necessary, prosecute and defend claims of trade secret misappropriation and unfair competition.

Because we have represented both plaintiffs and defendants in trade secret litigation, we have an in depth understanding of the common legal and factual issues.  This helps us act before the client is harmed in the marketplace. We often resolve these cases quickly, quietly and at low cost. Where this is not possible, we aggressively pursue our clients’ interests until the final appeal is exhausted, if necessary.  

We also have specialized experience handling non-competition litigation, having represented former employers, current employers and former employees in these disputes. Finally, we use the experience we have handling trade secret and non-compete litigation to render preventative advice to our clients, guiding them on how best to protect their trade secrets, whether it be through confidentiality, non-competition or non-solicitation agreements. 

  • Represented financial, technology, and automotive companies in investigations and criminal prosecutions of international intellectual property saboteurs. Worked with U.S. and international legal authorities, agencies, and institutions to investigate and prosecute offenders, and file parallel civil litigation.     
  • Successfully prosecuted and defended high profile trade secret disputes across the country.  We help companies protect some of their most valuable and guarded trade secrets, including secret formulas, computer codes, and highly sensitive and proprietary business information.