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Peter Toren | Experienced Intellectual Property Lawyer

Posts Tagged ‘Computer Crimes’

Department of Justice’s “China Initiative:” Two Year Recap

This was first published in IPWatchdog on January 3, 2021.  “The Biden administration and the DOJ should review the China Initiative to determine whether prosecutions and investigations are based on the race, ethnicity or ancestry of the targeted individual, and if so to take remedial action to prevent such profiling in the future.” One of…

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Release 29 to Intellectual Property and Computer Crimes

Peter Toren | Experienced Intellectual Property Lawyer

Law Journal Press just published Release 29 to my book Intellectual Property and Computer Crimes. The Release addresses developments involving the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 (DTSA), including cases where courts have held that pre-enactment DTSA allegations of a misappropriation of a trade secret coupled with post-enactment continued use are sufficient to sustain a claim…

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