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Seth Sproul & Tucker Terhufen Author Article in The Recorder, “Unlocking the Secret of California's Trade Secret Identification Requirement”

October 23, 2019

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Seth Sproul & Tucker Terhufen Author Article in The Recorder, “Unlocking the Secret of California's Trade Secret Identification Requirement”

October 23, 2019

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Fish trade secret attorneys Seth Sproul and Tucker Terhufen recently authored a two-part article series that examines the genesis, purpose, and leading cases interpreting California’s trade secret law, through California Code of Civil Procedure §2019.210. The law requires trade secret plaintiffs to identify the misappropriated trade secrets before discovery commences. Understanding what this provision does – and does not – require is critical for trade secret litigants.

Click here to read Unlocking the Secret of California’s Trade Secret Identification Requirement: Part 1 (subscription required).
Click here to read Unlocking the Secret of California’s Trade Secret Identification Requirement: Part 2 (subscription required).


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