When business leaders and corporate counsel assess their company’s intellectual property assets, they often overlook or don’t consider the company’s trade secrets. Depending on the industry in which the company competes and the technology on which the company’s business is based, this oversight could be a costly mistake. In some cases, trade secrets can be more valuable than the company’s patents, trademarks, and other IP. Once trade secrets are publicly disclosed or compromised, the protections they provided are lost.
We create a trade secret protection policy that meets the specific needs of our client. This can include assessing the physical security of your facilities to ensure they comply with the requirements of trade secret law. We also help prepare non-disclosure agreement that enable you to share your business secrets with your business partners without compromising your trade secret rights.