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July 2018 Archives

J. Craig Venter accused of stealing his own trade secrets

When a person leaves your company, even if that person is you, the founder, there are rules in place that prevent trade secrets from being used to harm the company. Chief executive officers (CEOs) often believe that they're immune from these rules, but there is a possibility that you could be accused of stealing your own trade secrets if you're fired from your company.

The dilution of trademarks and a right to parody

Trademark dilution is a term you may not have heard before. It refers to using a trademark in a way that "dilutes" the owner's trademark. Dilution doesn't just happen when someone infringes on a trademark directly. Parodies of trademarks could result in dilution as well.

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