The Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA) became law two years ago, bringing a new federal cause of action for companies seeking to protect their trade secrets. Since then, there have been more than 800 DTSA cases filed in federal district courts. News of cybersecurity breaches, a more mobile workforce and improved visibility associated with DTSA cases in federal courts highlight the importance and value of trade secrets.
In this Law360 article, authors Daniel McGavock, Robert Goldman, and Jack Roberts provide a brief update on DTSA cases and discuss two recent cases trade secrets litigators need to be aware of relating to damages. Click below to read the article.
China refines trade secret protections
Important amendments to trade secret protection were made in administrative, civil, and criminal law in China. These amendments clarify terms used in the...