A Few Tips When Filing (and Opposing) a Preliminary Injunction Motion to Protect Trade Secrets

A Few Tips When Filing (and Opposing) a Preliminary Injunction Motion to Protect Trade Secrets | Richard Friedman

The Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 (the “DTSA”) is a federal statutory vehicle that companies can use to try to protect their most valuable assets (along with their employees, hopefully) — their trade secrets. Since the DTSA is only slightly more than a year old, there have been relatively few federal court decisions addressing the scope and breadth of the statute. One such case decided this summer in the Northern District of Illinois, Cortz, Inc. v. Doheny Enterprises, Inc., 2017 WL 2958071 (N.D. Ill. 2017), sheds light on the type of information afforded protection under the DTSA.

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