Protecting Your Trade Secrets
A form of intellectual property, a trade secret is defined as any information that is not generally known and is kept confidential. Once a trade secret has been released it is no longer a trade secret and therefore loses its value. Famous examples of trade secrets include the secret recipes for Coca Cola or KFC’s proprietary blend of herbs and spices. The importance of protecting your organization’s trade secrets cannot be overstated; they serve as the lifeblood of your business, providing you with an edge over your industry competitors. Regardless of what your “secret sauce” is, you cannot afford to lose its recipe.
Proven Lawyers For Trade Secrets Litigation
At Landay Roberts LLP, we provide fierce representation in trade secrets litigation. Our firm has extensive experience representing plaintiffs and defendants in trade secrets cases, including corporations pursuing actions as well as departing employees accused of misappropriating trade secrets. You can rely on us to provide you with the one-on-one guidance you need to protect your legal rights and financial interests in trade secrets litigation.
We pursue and defend claims under California’s Uniform Trade Secrets Act (CUTSA) and federal Defend Trade Secrets Act, including claims stemming from:
- Trade secret theft
- Misappropriation of trade secrets
- Violations of nondisclosure agreements
- Unauthorized distribution of customer lists
- Illegal disclosure of confidential information
Our hard-working attorneys will pursue justice on your behalf. This begins with examining your situation and providing an honest opinion about the best course of action. Since we only take on cases we truly believe in you can rely on us to devote the time, energy and resources necessary to obtain the best possible outcome in your trade secrets case.
Get The Justice You Deserve
You have too much on the line to risk going it alone. Make sure you have the skilled legal representation you need to come out on top in your trade secrets case. Call 877-730-1160 to schedule a free initial consultation.