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Scottish case highlights difficulty of proving trade secrets are confidential

Patrick Wingrove, London


The decision in Bilfinger v Edinburgh Tram Inquiry reinforces the need to keep trade secrets under wraps, even when a company must prove they are secrets

Picture credit: Kim TraynorThe Scottish Court of Session’s inner house has refused to restrict the publication of a civil engineering company’s trade secrets in a ruling that emphasises the need to provide sufficient evidence that commercial secrets are secret....


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