Secrets d’affaires (USA): pratique des dommages et intérêts

padlock-308589_640A noter la parution de l’article du Professeur Elizabeth A. Rowe (University of Florida – Levin College of Law) intitulé « Unpacking Trade Secret Damages », accessible en ligne sur le site du Social Sciences Research network (SSRN) (lien), qui examine 15 années de jurisprudence en matière de violation de secrets des affaires (sur une période antérieure au Defend Trade Secrets Act de 2016): « This is the first in-depth empirical analysis of damages in trade secret cases in the U.S. From an original dataset developed from fifteen years of cases in federal courts, from 2000 to 2014, the author analyzes the damages awarded on trade secret claims. In addition, a wide range of other variables are incorporated into the analysis, including those related to background court and jurisdiction information, the kinds of trade secrets at issue, background details about the parties, the related causes of action included with claims of trade secret misappropriation, and, of course, details about the damages awarded. The author then disaggregates the data to reveal underlying trends, patterns, and questions deserving deeper exploration » (extrait de l’article).

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