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Who Can be Held Accountable for Misappropriation of Trade Secrets?
Category: Business, Employment, Information Privacy, Security and Data Rights, Intellectual Property, Litigation
Who can be held accountable for misappropriation of Trade Secrets? The Arkansas Uniform Trade Secrets Act answers this question, explaining that the following may be liable for trade secret misappropriation: Individuals. Corporations. Business trusts. Estates. Trusts. Partnerships. Associations…
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Insuring Innovation: Protecting Your Organization in the Age of Generative AI
Category: Business, Information Privacy, Security and Data Rights, Intellectual Property, Litigation
The decision to integrate Generative AI (“GAI”) into an organization is one that occupies significant space these days in many corporate board rooms. In today’s rapidly evolving business landscape, the adoption of GAI technologies holds immense promise for driving innovation, enhancing…
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What do you have to Show to Prove that Someone Misappropriated Trade Secrets?
Category: Business, Employment, Information Privacy, Security and Data Rights, Intellectual Property, Litigation
What must you show to prove that someone misappropriated trade secrets? The Arkansas Uniform Trade Secrets Act provides that misappropriation of trade secrets can be shown in one or more of three ways: acquisition or physical retention, disclosure, or use. First, in order to make a claim for trade…
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Mitigating Risks in Generative AI Integration: The Importance of Indemnification Provisions
Category: Information Privacy, Security and Data Rights, Intellectual Property, Litigation
In today’s rapidly evolving technological landscape, the integration of generative AI (“GAI”) has become increasingly prevalent across various professions and industries. From enhancing customer experiences to streamlining business operations, GAI offers immense potential for efficiency. Along with…
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What Can a Court Do When Someone Violates the Secrecy of Trade Secrets?
Category: Business, Employment, Information Privacy, Security and Data Rights, Intellectual Property, Litigation
When someone violates the secrecy of a company’s trade secrets, what can the company do about it? Writing a sternly worded cease and desist letter is often a good first step that we recommend to clients, however it must be done in a way that properly sets the table for court intervention, while not…
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