RPNA attorneys keep business objectives on track when advising clients on the preservation and protection of trade secrets.
Information is more mobile than ever. Turnover in staff at the highest levels, coupled with increasingly digitized or electronically stored data, makes the mass exodus of proprietary information very easy. Although trade secret laws are written specifically, they present far broader implications. In order to be legally classified a trade secret, intrinsic value must be established. In addition, reasonable measures to keep the trade secret—a secret—must be proven.
RPNA’s trade secret legal counsel spans the continuum of challenges that can and do arise when seeking to protect important trade secrets or corporate know how, such as the: