Trade secrets: the ‘alternative IP’
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Discover four of 2022's most eye-catching trade secret cases, involving secret formulas, spies and artificial intelligence.
The cost of trade secrets theft has reached $1.7 trillion annually and this risk is expected to escalate in the coming years, according to a 2021 report published by The Economist Intelligence Unit.
Below, we set out four of the most notable trade secret cases of 2022.
Corporate spies and landmark verdicts
Earlier this year, a Virginia court delivered a record $2 billion jury verdict in a case involving corporate espionage and trade secret misappropriation.
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