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‘Competition’ Not Needed for Trade Secrets Claim (access required)

A government contractor that does “geonames” mapping work can sue its former employee who allegedly breached an employment agreement when he used plaintiff’s trade secrets with a new employer; the Supreme Court of Virginia reverses the trial court’s dismissal of plaintiff’s claims under the Virginia Trade Secrets Act because the trial court erred in striking ...

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