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Trade Secret Litigation: TROs, Preliminary Injunctions, and Some Things To Think About First

March 27, 2012

Your former employee recently joined a competitor. Email records confirm that he transferred technology or customer files to his home computer before his abrupt resignation. Other evidence suggests actual–or the threat of–trade secret misappropriation. No company wishes the distraction, expense, and uncertainty that typically accompany litigation. But litigation may be the most effective means–possibly the only means–to stop or prevent the competitive exploitation of trade secret information worth millions to your company.

For more information, please contact:

Ronald Wynn

415-995-5124 Direct Phone
415-995-3595 Fax

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