Tag Archives: Defend Trade Secrets Act

State and Federal Trade Secrets Claims Upheld By Northern District of Illinois

A May 11, 2017 decision by Judge Chang, in the Northern District of Illinois, found misappropriation alleged under the Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA) and the Illinois Trade Secrets Act (ITSA), in a case where the employee downloaded files while still employed.  Denying the Defendant’s Motion to Dismiss a Third Amended Complaint, the Court examined … Continue Reading

White House Continues Attack on Non-Compete Agreements

The assault on non-compete agreements has continued in a significant way, as outlined in our web article, White House Continues Attack on Non-Compete Agreements.  The latest White House document, coupled with prior reports from the White House and Treasury Department, as well as actions initiated by the Attorney General of New York and the Attorney … Continue Reading

Defend Trade Secrets Act Set to Become Law

For the first time, there will be a federal private right of action for misappropriation of trade secrets. The Defend Trade Secrets Act (“DTSA”), passed by both houses of Congress, is headed to President Barack Obama for his signature and his office has stated it “strongly supports” the legislation. The DTSA will become effective upon … Continue Reading

Congress Tries Again – The Defend Trade Secrets Act

Jackson Lewis attorneys Peter R. Bulmer, A. Robert Fischer, Michael S. Kantor, and David E. Renner have prepared a detailed update on the firm’s website on the status of a bill in Congress which would create a federal trade secrets law, known as the Defend Trade Secrets Act.  Stay tuned for further developments!    … Continue Reading
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