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Following Trade Secret Cases With International Implications

March 7, 2007 / By Robert Wood

Increasingly, America’s economic preeminence in the world is challenged by other nations, including most notably China.  In some cases, "economic espionage" is alleged when American trade secrets are taken abroad.  Here’s an interesting story about DuPont’s trade secrets that were taken in the U.S. and, it was believed, bound for China:
 

http://www.delawareonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070302/NEWS/703020363/-1/NEWS01

 

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Robert Wood has been a Texas trial lawyer since 1993. During that time, he has represented small, mid-sized, and Fortune 100 companies in business and employment litigation matters all over Texas and the United States. He has also advised and represented hundreds of individuals in employment litigation matters. Read more about Robert Wood