Intellectual Property

Patents, Trade Secrets and Inevitable Disclosure Doctrine

, The Legal Intelligencer

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Throughout time industries have ­developed techniques and processes that are believed to be essential elements that contributed to the company's success. For almost as long, companies have sought and devised ways to protect those techniques and processes that constituted the company's intellectual property. Many companies turned to federal patent protection, others chose to treat the information as trade secrets and others chose to use contractual obligations to protect their intellectual property.

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