By Jeffrey Mordaunt and Joshua Swedlow (November 14, 2017, 12:16 PM EST) -- For decades, companies have turned to federal courts to protect valuable business assets. This is especially true for intellectual property assets such as trade secrets. Legal action in this space has expanded over the years, and recent trends have set the foundation for a continual surge in federal trade secret litigation.
From beverage recipes and manufacturing processes, to computer algorithms and customer lists, trade secrets often play a vital role in successful business operations. But exposure of these important assets to an unwanted party can be detrimental to a company, whether it be a small startup or a Fortune 500 company....
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