Undiscovered country – building a trade secret culture

By Tom Ewing and Donal O’Connell

While events outside the conventional IP world have conspired to raise the profile of trade secrets, neither corporations nor their legal advisers typically know how to handle them proactively

Trade secrets represent the undiscovered country of the IP world. Explorations into advanced trade secret protection are just now beginning, as many companies take their first steps towards developing a trade secret culture.

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