First , the Directive provides a common definition of “trade secrets” and uniform rules about the acquisition, use, and disclosure of trade secrets. For example, in language that is similar to the definition of “trade secrets” in the Uniform Trade Secrets Act (which the vast majority of . states have adopted), the proposed Directive defines a trade secret as “information which meets all the following requirements”:
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How do the US and EU positions on trade secrets compare? Below are the key similarities and differences between the DTSA and the European Trade Secrets Directive.
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The DTSA definition of “trade secret”, meanwhile, consists of “all forms and types of financial, business, scientific, technical, economic, or engineering information, including patterns, plans, compilations, program devices, formulas, designs, prototypes, methods, techniques, processes, procedures, programs, or codes, whether tangible or intangible, and whether or how stored, compiled, or memorialized physically, electronically, graphically, photographically, or in writing if-
The two sides have also agreed to the possibility of holding talks in August and September if they believe a deal is possible.
The measures, procedures and remedies provided for in this Directive should not restrict whistleblowing activity. Therefore, the protection of trade secrets should not extend to cases in which disclosure of a trade secret serves the public interest, insofar as directly relevant misconduct, wrongdoing or illegal activity is revealed. This should not be seen as preventing the competent judicial authorities from allowing an exception to the application of measures, procedures and remedies in a case where the respondent had every reason to believe in good faith that his or her conduct satisfied the appropriate criteria set out in this Directive.
During a high-level video conference, they vowed to work towards achieving a political agreement by next month.
The EU Directive and DTSA have similar provisions for the preservation of confidentiality during legal proceedings for trade secret misappropriation. In the . the ability to file confidential documents under seal to maintain secrecy has long been an option open to litigants. The DTSA specifically sets out that a court may not authorize or direct the disclosure of information unless the owner is first given the opportunity to file a submission under seal describing the interest in keeping the information confidential. The DTSA therefore extends the option of filing briefs under seal to include disclosure at trial and in court opinions, and also allows non-parties to request that certain information be kept confidential.