Wednesday, March 22, 2006, 3/22/2006 04:31:00 AM

Proposed Federalization of Trade Secret Law

By Todd
In a sparsely cited 1995 essay from the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology, former Assistant U.S. Attorney Christopher Rebel J. Pace argues for a federalization of trade secrets law. His primary arguments are two-fold: (a) the legal benefits deriving from uniformity in application of the law; and (b) assistance in the negotiation and regulation of international trade. We thought you might be interested in this little-known piece.


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