The Protection of Trade Secrets

Robert Dean
Date uploaded:
01 Jul 2016

The protection of trade secrets (Commercial Confidential Information) can be divided into two parts: information taken dishonestly in breach of loyalty to an employer and information taken honestly as part of an ex-employee's knowhow and skill.

Other papers by Dr Robert Dean
A Right to Privacy? (2004)
Automatic crystallisation of a floating charge (1984)
Corporations - increasing power to Canberra (2008)
Off the Rails: When employees bolt with your business (2006
Restraint or restriction of trade? (2015)
Sex, videotape and the law (2009)
Unnatural Injustice (1984)

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