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How to use US law to help with international trade secret cases

Peter Leung, Beijing


US discovery may be useful to companies bringing trade secret actions and frustrated by the lack of evidence gathering mechanisms in countries like China and Japan

Companies are increasingly relying on trade secrets protection. However, in many jurisdictions especially in Asia, enforcement can be a major challenge. This was one of the topics tackled by panellists at Managing IP’s China International IP Forum in Beijing last...


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