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Posts from February 2012.

The Second Circuit recently reversed the conviction of Sergey Aleynikov and directed the trial court to enter a judgment of acquittal. Then one day later, the Second Circuit took a step back...

Mediating a non-compete and trade secrets dispute is different than mediating general commercial disputes. This is particularly true early on in litigation because these cases are front loaded by nature and get expensive very quickly. Here are five things to keep in mind as you consider whether and when to mediate a non-compete and trade secrets case.

Every now and then, non-compete and trade secret plaintiffs conclude that the need for relief is so urgent that a temporary restraining order should be granted before the defendant is given notice of the suit. A recent federal court decision illustrates the danger is requesting such one-sided relief.

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