Month: July 2016

The Elements of a Trade Secret in Texas: What Are “Reasonable Means” to Protect a Trade Secret?

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Under the Texas Uniform Trade Secrets Act (TUTSA), as well as under the common law, information could be treated as a “trade secret” only if it met two criteria: it wasn’t “generally known” or “readily ascertainable” to those who could benefit from it, and its owner took reasonable efforts, given the circumstances, to protect the …

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