Solving your Partnership Disputes

May 28, 2024

Partnership disputes can significantly disrupt business operations, affecting profitability, company culture, and the long-term viability of your venture. Such conflicts may arise due to various reasons including disagreements over business strategy, distribution of profits, or operational roles. At Reha Goodwin Caras LLP, located at Littleton, CO, we provide comprehensive legal solutions tailored to resolve these… Read more »

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What does the Uniform Trade Secrets Act UTSA cover?

April 28, 2024

The Uniform Trade Secrets Act (UTSA) serves as a vital legislative framework designed to protect confidential business information from misappropriation. Enacted by various states across the U.S., UTSA outlines legal protections for trade secrets, which are integral to the innovative and competitive edge of businesses. At Reha Goodwin Caras LLP, we understand the significance of… Read more »

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What can you do when all is not fair in life and business?

March 31, 2021

When you launch a business, it likely seems as though your possibilities are endless. You may draw from others’ concepts to develop your unique strategy. Yet, there may be a limit to what you can do with that knowledge. Fair market competition can have a positive influence on your company decisions. However, when it comes… Read more »

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Trade secrets and patented secrets often work together

February 20, 2020

Trade secrets and patents can reinforce each other but are certainly not the same, as a recent court decision once again reminds us. Both can be part of a coordinated strategy to protect a company’s intellectual property. Lettuce becomes shrouded in secrecy The case involved a Maine-based company, Global Protein Products (GPP). It provides special… Read more »

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FTC considers rule limiting use of noncompete agreements

January 25, 2020

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) said in early January it is weighing a rule that would curtail companies from forcing employees to sign noncompete clauses that prevent them from working for competitors. The announcement came after 19 state attorneys general wrote a letter last summer urging the FTC to limit or ban the agreements,… Read more »

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Nondisclosure agreements aren’t the only way to guard IP

December 06, 2019

Nondisclosure agreements (NDAs) have been under pressure in recent years in Colorado and across the country. Although some legal and policy reforms have weakened them in limited ways, the NDA is alive and well. But NDAs are not the only way to keep secrets about a company’s intellectual property (IP). Whether a company is looking… Read more »

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Court says act secretive to protect trade secrets

October 20, 2019

A recent court decision was a useful reminder of a less-than-obvious but possibly important reason for your business to take proactive, early and consistent steps to protect your business’s trade secrets. Obviously, if you don’t lock your secrets up, they’re easier to steal. But the court also found that a business’s “supposedly secret information” wasn’t… Read more »

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