This, the first casebook in the United States devoted exclusively to trade secret law, is challenging yet user-friendly to students. In order to facilitate understanding of the material, the book is designed to be used by law and business students with no prior background in intellectual property law. Throughout, the authors have made conscious and thoughtful decisions about the way in which the information is presented and organized. The general organization follows a logical analytical approach to understanding trade secret law, with the chapters progressing from proving the essential elements of a trade secret claim to defensive tactics and remedies, managing trade secrets, and criminal actions. It also addresses employment, management, and international issues.

Elizabeth A. Rowe & Sharon K. Sandeen, Cases and Materials on Trade Secret Law, West Academic (1 ed. 2012).