Texas Trade Secrets

By Graig Fancher

Whether it is a proprietary chemical formula, computer program, process, financial data or pricing information, or even customer lists, a company’s trade secret and confidential information constitute important assets. However, many companies fail to take the necessary steps to protect their information, thereby losing the protections afforded under Texas law and losing the ability to claim trade secret or confidential status over their valuable information..

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Graigory B. Fancher

Mr. Fancher’s trial practice is devoted to a wide variety of areas including commercial litigation, fiduciary litigation, employment litigation, oil and gas litigation, and probate litigation. Mr. Fancher also has experience representing clients in insurance coverage disputes, probate and trust…Read More

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