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April 18, 2014

Trade Secret Case Straddles Domains of Civil and Criminal Law

 

“Stephen Kramarsky, a partner at Dewey Pegno Kramarsky, who is not involved in either case, said he has seen ‘hundreds’ of trade secret-related civil cases during his years of practice, but very few where a company seeks criminal prosecution against the party.  ‘Is it unheard of? No. Is it more common now? Yes,’ he said. ‘In my experience, it’s typically very hard to sell these cases to a prosecutor.”’

 

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