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Appeal court clarifies trade secret protection

James Nurton, London

The Court of Appeal in London has broadly upheld a decision that Vestergaard Frandsen’s trade secrets were used by a competitor

Vestergaard, which makes long-lasting insecticidal fabrics, claimed that a mosquito bed called NetProtect was developed using confidential information from its so-called Fence database.

At first instance, Mr Justice Arnold granted an injunction regarding the first version of NetProtect, manufactured by...

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