Here are the noteworthy trade secret, covenant not to compete and cybersecurity stories from the past week; as you will see, it was an extremely busy week and a significant number of the posts address China, no doubt because of the U.S. visit of Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping:
Trade Secrets and Non-Competes:
News You Can Use:
TianRui Group v. ITC Judgment Issued as Mandate.pdf (85.46 kb)
U.S. v. Hanjuan Jin Memorandum.pdf (2.16 mb)
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