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The Defend Trade Secrets Act and Its Impact on Trade Secret Litigation

The Defend Trade Secrets Act and Its Impact on Trade Secret Litigation

Businesses develop mechanisms and procedures to cut costs, increase efficiency and otherwise set themselves apart from their competition. Methods and inventions developed to achieve these goals are often considered to be trade secrets of the business, and many businesses remain vigilant to guard their assets against a possible threat—for example, a departing employee who takes […]

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Fetbroyt, Greco Named to 2016 Super Lawyers’ Rising Star Lists

Fetbroyt, Greco Named to 2016 Super Lawyers’ Rising Star Lists

KHF founding member Jacklyn Fetbroyt and associate Eric Greco have been selected for inclusion in the 2016 Super Lawyers’ Rising Stars list, published by Thomson Reuters. For Jackie, this is her fifth time (2010, 2013-2016) as a Rising Star in the area of Business/Corporate law – Pennsylvania. Eric is recognized as a Rising Star in […]

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Practical Guide to Restrictive Covenants in PA and NJ

Practical Guide to Restrictive Covenants in PA and NJ

Businesses invest time and money to develop their business procedures, relationships and information, such as marketing strategies, customer information, pricing strategies, and future business development initiatives. These models and information provide businesses a competitive edge, and employers have a strong incentive to guard such assets and protect their businesses by all means reasonably necessary. Employers […]

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Be Careful Before Relying on the Common Interest Doctrine

Be Careful Before Relying on the Common Interest Doctrine

The common interest doctrine (CID), also known as the community-of-interest doctrine, is an exception to the general rule that attorney-client privilege (ACP) is waived when privileged information is shared with a third party. The CID allows attorneys representing different clients with the same or substantially similar legal interests to agree to (and do) share privileged […]

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