Trade Secret Misappropriation in San Diego

Business Litigation is subject to rapid expansion in San Diego County. One of the areas that is at the center of this rapid expansion, is Trade Secret Misappropriation Law. San Diego is home to some of the nation’s most important pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. Because many of these companies are also competitors, the potential risk for trade secret misappropriation is relatively high.

In most instances, a trade secret dispute arises when an employee of a business leaves that business and either starts a business of his own or is employed by a competing business. After a period of monitoring and investigation, the first business alleges that the employee has misappropriated the trade secrets belonging to that business. Needless to say, the employee does not believe that he or she has misappropriated anything and the dispute becomes the subject of intense litigation. The process can become quite expensive for all the parties involved and a lot of resources are expended in the pursuance of trade secret cases.

We, at The Mirkhan Law Firm believe that trade secret disputes can be resolved in a much more efficient and productive manner if the parties involved follow simple steps designed to minimize any potential dispute. First and foremost, businesses must have a clear and defined policy with respect to their trade secrets. Second, employees must follow specific guidelines in order to avoid potential disputes with their former employers. Third, legal consultation with a San Diego Business Litigation lawyer is crucial for both businesses and their employees. San Diego trade secret litigation lawyers of our firm, can alert you to the many pitfalls which exist in this complex area of the law.

If you are facing a lawsuit based on Trade Secret Misappropriation, or if you are a business and believe that a former employee is misappropriating your trade secrets, do not hesitate to contact a San Diego Business Litigation Lawyer at The Mirkhan Law Firm. We believe that this could turn out to be one of the most important business decisions that you could make in protecting and preserving your trade secrets and will put you in a path of quick and efficient resolution of your dispute.
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