A Look At Ex Parte Seizures 8 Years Post-DTSA

By Dan Roland, Danielle Duszczyszyn and John Williamson (April 17, 2024, 12:14 PM EDT) -- When the Defend Trade Secrets Act was enacted in 2016, one aspect that garnered significant attention was the ex parte seizure provision, a new remedy that allows a trade secret owner to obtain — with no opposition from an adverse party — a court order directing law enforcement to seize a defendant's property to "prevent the propagation or dissemination" of a trade secret.[1]...

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