Planning guidelines and targets for renewable energy in Australian markets
Victoria and South Australia are tightening their guidelines and planning policies for renewable energy facilities.
High employee mobility is a reality of today’s highly competitive, global economy, especially in the financial services, high-technology and start-up industries. The risk of an existing or former employee leaking valuable information to a competitor or leaving with your valuable trade secrets is greater than ever. Companies can no longer afford to overlook business critical formulas, techniques, processes, data, business strategies, customer/supplier information and other compilations of information that set them apart from competitor. Having effective trade secret/confidential information policies and procedures in place is essential.
Chadbourne deploys a cross-disciplinary team of lawyers— including intellectual property, employment, antitrust, and privacy/data protection attorneys—to assist you in implementing and maintaining effective trade-secret policies and procedures tailored to your particular industry and to the various states in which you operate. This includes:
Chadbourne attorneys have significant experience assisting clients in maintaining and extracting value from valuable trade secrets and confidential information in the context of business and corporate transactions. This includes:
Over the past ten years, Chadbourne attorneys have had a number of successes representing clients in all stages of trade secrets litigation, including trial, both in the enforcement of our client’s rights and in defense. Our representations have involved:
Rockwell Automation. Representing global leader in factory automation in asserting unfair competition claims in the District Court for the District of New Jersey (D.N.J.) relating to an unauthorized internet reseller of its products.
Software Company. Representing a software provider for the Oil & Gas industry in the alleged misappropriation of computer algorithms.
Telecommunications Company. Represented a nationally recognized telecommunications company specializing in advertising software in the assertion of its rights relating to a competitor’s theft of its trade secrets in the District Court for the Southern District of New York (S.D.N.Y.).
EnergySolutions. Represented a global leader in the safe processing and disposal of nuclear material in New York state court in a litigation that involved allegations that the defendants breached their employment agreements and misappropriated plaintiff’s trade secrets.
9mmedia. Represented a software design firm that develops web and mobile applications relating the alleged misappropriation of computer source code and the breach of
Debtdomain. Represented a financial software developer in a case in the S.D.N.Y. involving the alleged misappropriation of computer source code and a graphical user interface (GUI).
Microsemi Corporation. Represented semiconductor company in asserting breach of contract and misappropriation of trade secrets claims in the S.D.N.Y.
Hacking, corporate espionage and data breaches are on the rise around the globe.