Trade Secret Law Specialist
Every business starts off with an idea that is different and better than the competition. Many of these ideas are trade secrets –an unregistered invention, a web app or algorithm, a process that gives your company a product or pricing edge, or marketing plans and customer lists that have ongoing value for your company.
A trade secret is any private information that is not known to competitors and which provides economic value to your business. Protecting those secrets and keeping them out of the hands of competitors is vital to your continued success.
We can help you identify and secure your trade secrets, protect your confidential information, and defend your secrets from employee theft, espionage, misappropriation, misuse and infringement, and unfair competition.
The disclosure of your trade secrets or private information can be devastating to your business. The recruitment of your key employees by competitors keeps you up at night. Call today to schedule a trade secret audit of your business or to remedy the potential disclosure of your company's confidential information.
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The disclosure of important confidential business information or the loss of key employees can be ruinous to a business and have long lasting effects. We understand the need for a prompt investigation and effective legal action. We are dedicated to helping you protect and maintain your competitive advantages.
The first step is to understand your business, your trade advantages, your operational needs and your current information access policies. Together we will develop a plan to address your concerns and achieve your desired outcomes. We know trade secret law, you understand the circumstances, and together we will craft a path to success.
Don't wait! Contact the firm today for a free phone consultation. Let us explain how trade secret law protects your confidential business information, help you explore your options and execute the most effective plan of action. Prompt action limits your losses and increases your odds of success.
The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.