Anthony J. Dreyer and Jamie Stockton of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom write that the technological explosion that has created a vast repository of "publicly available" information on the Web
In his Intellectual Property column, Stephen M. Kramarsky of Dewey Pegno & Kramarsky reviews a recent Southern District decision that adopts the increasingly common narrow view of the Computer Fraud
Laurie Berke-Weiss, a partner at Berke-Weiss & Pechman, writes that the CAFA has emerged as a vehicle for trade secret misappropriation claims where a computer transmission is involved in the transfe
Peter J. Toren, a partner at Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman, writes that courts are increasingly reluctant to find that the CFAA is a replacement for a federal trade secrets act, even where the
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Richard Raysman and Peter Brown, partners at Thelen Reid Brown Raysman & Steiner, write that although the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act was enacted almost 25 years ago, some of its provisions still re
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