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Trade Secret Attorney

A trade secret is information that has economic value by virtue of not being known to the general public or others who can derive value from it, provided that the trade secret owner has made reasonable efforts to maintain its secrecy.  Virtually any information that meets this criteria can constitute a trade secret, but some common examples include customer lists, source code, drink formulas, and manufacturing techniques.  Trade secret misappropriation occurs when a person acquires, discloses, or uses a trade secret through improper means.

With the understanding that trade secrets are often critical to the success and sustainability of a business, Owens Tarabichi represents and counsels clients in all aspects of trade secret matters: