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Fish Trade Secret Attorneys Author Article in The Recorder, "Using Anti-SLAPP Laws to Combat Trade Secret Claims: A Disappearing Mechanism?"

July 22, 2019

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Fish Trade Secret Attorneys Author Article in The Recorder, "Using Anti-SLAPP Laws to Combat Trade Secret Claims: A Disappearing Mechanism?"

July 22, 2019

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Fish trade secret attorneys Esha Bandyopadhyay, Matthew Berntsen, and Summer Associate Meaghan Annett recently authored an article published in The Recorder on the role of anti-SLAPP laws in trade secret litigation. Parties accused of stealing trade secrets sometimes turn to anti-SLAPP laws in an effort to convince a court to dismiss claims of misappropriation, contending that use of the allegedly misappropriated trade secrets is a form of protected speech or activity under the First Amendment.

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