A company’s most valuable intellectual property often isn’t a patent, copyright, or trademark. Rather, it is the private and secret information held and known only by the company and its employees.
And in today’s competitive business environment, protecting these trade secrets is critical.
Trade secrets can include information about new and existing products, customer and supplier relationships, business processes, business plans and other proprietary information.
With clients ranging from individual inventors to major companies, the trade secret attorneys at Rose Walker represent plaintiffs and defendants in investigations, arbitration, administrative hearings and all stages of trade secret litigation.
We also work with businesses from the start to determine what information should be protected as a trade secret, and to develop and implement corporate trade secret protection programs and prepare employment and confidentiality agreements.
To learn more about our experience in trade secret matters, we invite you to contact the firm here.