Protecting trade secrets

Successful businesses secure patents for their inventions, trademarks for their brand designations and copyrights for their original works, but they sometimes overlook a fourth category of intellectual property: trade secrets. Many companies fail to take the steps needed to "qualify" their trade secrets for the protections afforded them under state and federal law. The first…

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