Law360 Article: Federal Trade Secret Identification Requirement Seems Likely

Partner Amelia Sargent authored a guest column in Law360 titled “Federal Trade Secret Identification Requirement Seems Likely.”

Amelia’s article addresses the issue of trade secret identification in litigation matters; a requirement that plaintiffs must identify the trade secret at issue with reasonable particularity early in the case.

Amelia writes “both the Sedona Conference’s commentary and the Ninth Circuit’s decision [in InteliClear LLC v. ETC Global Holdings] indicate that more and more courts will require a trade secret identification in some form. What that form is remains yet to be seen.”

To read the Law360 article, click here.

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