How Does an Entrepreneur Protect His or Her Ideas for Launching a New Start-Up?

Comments Off on How Does an Entrepreneur Protect His or Her Ideas for Launching a New Start-Up? Written by on July 18, 2011 | Posted in Commercialization of Intellectual Property, trade secrets

Print this postWhen an enterpreneur calls me with questions about launching a new start-up, he or she is inevitably concerned about a single issue: protecting his or her ideas. Most are a little disappointed to learn that ideas alone are not something that you can protect with an IP filing. So, if ideas alone are […]

Trade Secret Litigation on the Rise Against Laid Off Employees

Comments Off on Trade Secret Litigation on the Rise Against Laid Off Employees Written by on May 17, 2009 | Posted in Employment Agreements, trade secrets

Print this postGiven all the employee layoffs and the many companies struggling to survive the bad economy, it is almost inevitable that we would be seeing an upswing in trade secret litigation against former employees. Law.com reported this week on the trend, stating that much of this litigation is over information that the employee is […]

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