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  • Hilary Sumner

Trade Secret Protection

Updated: Aug 24, 2023

Two recent trade secret decisions held that products and processes comprised of a combination of components qualify for trade secret protection even if the individual components are in the public domain. Trade secret protection may be available if the combination of these elements is not readily known or easily ascertainable.

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