Trade Secrets Protection in U.S. and China Becomes More Salient

Dec 13, 2018
| By Barbara Reeves
Barbara Reeves of alternative dispute resolution provider, JAMS, shares with China Law & Practice the trade secret protection laws in both the U.S. and China, and their impact on dispute settlements taking the course of litigation and arbitration.

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In this age of technological disruption, companies in just about every kind of business are under intense pressure to protect their intellectual property. Whether in artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, or life sciences—to name just a few—the competition to stay ahead has never been fiercer.

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