As the year comes to a close, it’s safe to say 2020 was a year unlike any other and full of lessons to be learned from the COVID-19 pandemic to the growing threat to U.S. intellectual property abroad.
A look back on the 10 most read posts from this past year highlights some key developments in trade secret law in 2020:
- Non-Compete Agreements and Restrictive Covenants During COVID-19
- Is Chinese IP Theft Coming to an End?
- ITC Administrative Law Judge Decision Implicates Scope of Trade Secret Protections
- Harvard Professor Indicted for Allegedly Lying About Participation in Chinese Talent Recruitment Program
- Billion Dollar Trade Secret Misappropriation Lawsuit Against Uber to Move Forward
- Faulty Jury Instruction Wipes Out $740 Million Verdict
- GEICO Earns Victory at Intersection Between Copyright and Trade Secret Law Covering Source Code
- COVID-19 and the Unique Opportunity for Phishing
- Prosecutions of Trade Secret Theft by Former Employees in Autonomous Vehicle Development
- Taiwanese Semiconductor Pleads Guilty, To Pay $60 Million Fine for Criminal Trade Secret Theft