This post and related podcast episode covers what is required for a noncompete to be enforceable under Texas law.
This post and related podcast episode are aimed at answering the question of how protected a company’s trade secrets are in the absence of a confidentiality agreement, if at all.
In this blog post and podcast episode I explain the unfolding drama pertaining to the notoriously unreliable ice cream machines at McDonald’s restaurants and the lawsuit recently filed by Kytch, a company that developed technology aimed at solving these ice cream problems.
This post and podcast episode covers what trade secret misappropriation is, along with a real world example.
In this post and podcast episode I discuss a lot about what is (and is not) a trade secret and a little about how to protect this important type of intellectual property.
Trade secrets provide competitive advantages but must be treated correctly to be protected. To get a sense of what the law may protect as a trade secret, there is no better place to start than a definition (hint – it protects much more than technical drawings like those pictured, above). Then, this post will provide …