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U.S.: The DTSA, the Inevitable Disclosure Doctrine, and the Memory Rule

30 June 2016

LimeGreen IP News

In the Defend Trade Secrets Act, Congress generally rejected the "inevitable disclosure doctrine" prevalent in the trade secret law of many jurisdictions. Interestingly, the DTSA appears to leave open whether, and to what extent, the corollary "memory rule" will be applied in connection with a federal trade secret misappropriation claim.

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