Texas Attorney for Trade Secret Protection: Formulas, Processes, Designs, Instruments or Company Information
If you have information that is critical to the success of your company, protecting it as a trade secret may be a more effective way to safeguard your rights. For example, if a device is not patentable, you may still prevent disclosure of how it works by protecting it as a trade secret. Even if you could obtain a patent, you can save substantial time and money protecting a device or product as a trade secret. You don't need to file any type of application with a governmental body, and don't have to worry if there are similar devices. To protect something as a trade secret, you need only obtain the written agreement of all employees that they will not disclose information related to the product. If you want assistance with matters related to a trade secret, the lawyers at Bailey & Galyen can help.
At Bailey & Galyen, we bring more than 20 years of experience to individuals and businesses across Texas and the United States. We place a premium on thorough preparation and hard work, and will take the time to listen carefully, so that we can determine your needs and goals. We take an aggressive stance on behalf of our clients, moving swiftly to put measures in place that protect your intellectual property rights.
We provide a free initial consultation. To set up an appointment, contact us online or call our office at 844-402-3900.
Our Trade Secret Law Practice
We will handle all matters necessary to protect your intellectual property as a trade secret. We will prepare all necessary confidentiality or non-disclosure agreements, and will ensure that all employees, vendors, customers or others with access to your product are signatories to the trade secret agreement.
We can help you protect any type of information as a trade secret, including:
- Product formulas
- Manufacturing processes
- Machine patterns
- Customer, vendor or other lists
Our attorneys also handle breach of contract claims when there has been wrongful use or disclosure of a trade secret. To learn more, see our page on intellectual property litigation.
Contact a Texas Attorney for Trade Secret Protection
For an appointment with an experienced Texas trade secret lawyer, contact us by e-mail or call our offices at one of the convenient locations listed below. Our phones are answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week. There is no charge for your first consultation.