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A company cannot remain in business without protecting its trade secrets. A company’s trade secrets are the thing that makes the company special. Trade secrets also have a broader definition and can include business plan, budgets, cost/price data, customer lists, customer preferences, financial information, sales forecasts, among other information. The issue that often arises in trade secrets disputes is whether the employer or company took sufficient steps to protect the trade secrets. We have represented many employers in dealing with all issues related to protecting a company’s trade secret. We have also represented employees in all issues involving trade secrets protection.
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Litigation funding, or litigation finance, is an agreement that allows a third party to pay the costs and attorney’s fees that are incurred in litigation. The structure of a litigation finance agreement takes many forms—no one agreement work for all litigants. Among...