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What is the World’s Most Dangerous Trade Secret?

By Jason Gallien

(Excerpt from Inspiration From A Social Media Bandit Volume 2: Journal Entries)

What is the biggest trade secret under the public’s noses without their noticing? 248 more words

Trade secrets - most sales people give up too soon

What they don’t tell you about starting a business

People in businesses make far too many assumptions about how publicity materials are received by would-be customers. 160 more words

Marketing

Professor Seaman's scholarship on trade secrets named one of the top new articles in IP law

Washington and Lee law professor Christopher Seaman’s article “Toward a Federal Jurisprudence of Trade Secrecy” (with co-author Sharon K. Sandeen) was recently selected for republication in the 2018 edition of the  125 more words

Scholarship

Massachusetts Poised to Pass Important Amendments to State Trade Secrets Law

By Nicholas F. Casolaro

As part of its seemingly annual effort to revise or limit the scope of non-competition agreements in Massachusetts, the legislature has introduced a bill for 2018 that would not only change existing non-competition agreement law but also make significant changes to Massachusetts law on trade secrets. 346 more words

Non-Compete Agreements

When sharing your trade secrets with others, just remember that NDAs are like confetti

No longer the neglected step-child of IP:

Trade secrets have been the neglected step-child of IP but that situation is fast changing. There are various forces at play helping to increase the importance of trade secrets. 1,391 more words

General Interest

April 3 - 9, 2018 Updates

1.China pushes generics over brands with another round of new pharma policies. The General Office of the State Council on April 3rd, 2018 issued “The Opinion on Reforming and Improving Supply and Use of Generic Drugs” ( 853 more words

China IPR

Health Canada Announces Regulations Amending the Hazardous Products Regulations

On April 4, 2018, the Governor in Council in Canada approved the proposed amendment to the Hazardous Products Regulations. The final regulatory text will be published in Part II of the Canada Gazette on April 18, 2018, but the amendment comes into effect immediately. 316 more words

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