O’Connor’s Texas Causes of Action is one of the preeminent sources for information on Texas causes of action and defenses. In the latest edition’s chapter on Trade Secret–Statutory Misappropriation, the authors of Texas Causes of Action cite two articles written by Brackett & Ellis attorneys Joe Cleveland and Heath Coffman. The articles, which help explain the elements and defenses for a trade secret misappropriation claim under the Texas Uniform Trade Secret Act (TUTSA), are:
- Cleveland & Hammond, TUTSA v. DTSA — Should I Bring My Trade-Secret Case in State or Federal Court?, Advanced Intellectual Property Law Course, State Bar of Texas CLE, ch. 18 (2017); and
- Cleveland & Coffman, Protecting Trade Secrets Made Simple: How the Recently Enacted Texas Uniform Trade Secrets Act Provides a Legislative Framework for Litigating Cases, 76 Tex. B.J. 751, 754 (Sept. 2013).
For a copy of O’Connor’s Texas Causes of Action, visit the O’Connor’s webpage.