One of the first elements that a plaintiff must prove to succeed on a trade secret claim is that it is the owner of a valid trade secret. To do so, the law generally imposes a burden on plaintiffs to identify its trade secrets with sufficient particularity in order to succeed. As the Ninth Circuit… Continue Reading
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