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Sutherland Legal Alert: A Runaway Train? Citing Secret Stolen by Chinese Competitor, ITC Derails Import of Railway Wheels, and Federal Circuit Affirms

By Ann Fort , Lei Fang , and David Reed Overseas manufacturers have long known that their products manufactured abroad can be excluded from importation into the U.S. if they infringe U.S. patents, trademarks or copyrights. But a new decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has expanded...

New Hires at Google Accused of Using Groupon Trade Secrets

The online coupon industry, led by companies such as Groupon Inc., is growing rapidly, and it's still not clear which company or companies will end up the winners. With so much money potentially at stake, it's not surprising that firms are going to court to battle over their trade secrets...

Fisher & Phillips LLP: Ex Parte TRO's: Courts Don't Like Them

By Michael R. Greco Every now and then, non-compete and trade secret plaintiffs conclude that the need for relief is so urgent that a temporary restraining order is not enough. Instead, they decide that relief must be granted by the court before notice and an opportunity to be heard is provided...

Fisher & Phillips LLP: Can I Protect My Trade Secrets Via Social Media Policy?

By James Douglass Everybody in the modern workforce is involved in social media in one way or another. Think about it. Even if your company does not utilize social media (which is becoming less and less likely), it is almost certain that your company's employees do. Whether or not your company...