Trade Secret Law (9913)

This course addresses the law and theory applicable to the protection of confidential and proprietary business information ranging from formulas to customer lists. It includes coverage of trade secret protection and misappropriation in the employment context, such as issues regarding confidentiality and non-competition agreements, and the inevitable disclosure doctrine. Litigation strategies in trade secret misappropriation cases, as well as procedures and requirements for preserving trade secret protection are also covered. Finally, the course touches on relevant comparisons between trade secret law and other forms of intellectual property protection, such as patent law.

Grading: Letter-graded

Prerequisite(s): None

Credits: 2

Offered: Summer


Subject Areas:
Intellectual Property:: edit ::

Taught by: Jeffrey C. Brown

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