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  • Tying and Bundling - Nice For Your Holiday Giving, Not so Much When You’re Licensing Your IP

    Steve McDaniel, Technology Litigators || November 13, 2015
    You’ve developed a cool new additive for a broad spectrum of coatings – even those coatings outside your own “wheelhouse” coatings.  Happens a lot, right?  In order to maximize the return on your R&D investment b…

  • The Secret about Trade Secrets (In Europe)

    Steve McDaniel and Jon Hurt, Technology Litigators || March 25, 2015
    Just in time for the European Coatings Show, we finally get around to focusing on protecting your “crown jewels” trade secrets in the EU. So here goes... In the continuing efforts to harmonize trade secret laws and regulations across na…

  • Covering the IP Bases with Different Types of Patent Claims

    John D. Hurt and Steve McDaniel, Technology LItigators || August 13, 2013
    Once in a while, you may decide to try to turn your trade secret coating formulation into a patent despite the various issues (e.g., sluggish time to issuance, appeal or filing a request for continued examination) previously discussed in this series.…

  • Non-Compete Agreements – One Size Does Not Fit All

    Beth McDaniel & u2028Steve McDaniel, JD, PhD, Technology Litigators || March 1, 2013
    Non-competition.  The very term seems un-American.  In this country, we are all about competition, free, unfettered, plain old American competition.  Right?  Right.  That pretty much sums up the same attitude that the America…

  • How to Make a Buck or Two from Licensing Your Trade Secrets

    by Jonathan D. Hurt and Steve McDaniel, Technology Litigators || February 7, 2013
    All right, you’ve spent the time and money to create and guard your trade secrets from misappropriation.  Wonderful!  But your business model is at least partly based on others paying you to use your trade secrets.  Perhaps you h…

  • How Much Is That Trade Secret Worth?

    Steve McDaniel, Technology Litigators || January 15, 2013
    The law imposes a “value” standard on trade secrets.  A trade secret is valuable (in one rendition of such laws) and thus protectable if it gives its owner “an opportunity to obtain an advantage over competitors who do not know…

  • Appropriate Punishment for Theft of Trade Secrets – Death By Beheading

    Steve McDaniel and Jon Hurt, Contributing Editors || November 30, -0001
    Maybe that’s a little harsh. But, that indeed WAS the punishment exacted by Chinese emperors for several thousand years upon anyone caught attempting to export Bombyx mori (silkworms) or mulberry seeds (Morus alba) in order to start internation…