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A US appeals court has criticised the government’s handling of a trade secrets case, stating that it overvalued the financial loss of two companies whose software was misused by a former employee.
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Citadel; Yihao Pu; US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit; trade secrets; high frequency trading