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A Practitioner’s Guide to the Texas Uniform Trade Secrets Act

Texas Uniform Trade Secrets Act (TUTSA) was signed into law in 2013. Prior to this enactment, Texas did not codify a central law governing trade secrets. TUTSA applies to the misappropriation of a trade secret made on or after the effective date (September 1, 2013) of this Act. Since 2013, further amendments have been made to expand and clarify TULSA’s definitions as well as rules, in an effort to provide greater protection against misappropriation claims. This article provides a detailed examination of TUTSA, by discussing trade secret definitions; eligibility requirements for trade secret information; elements of a trade-secret misappropriation claim; remedies under TUTSA and statute of limitation for TUTSA claims.

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