For Your Eyes Only: IP Atty’s Who Misuse Confidential Documents Face Sanctions, Discipline

Michael E. McCabe, Jr.IP Litigation Sanctions, Patent Litigation Ethics, Patent Litigation SanctionsLeave a Comment

Patent and other high technology litigation invariably involves the disclosure of highly confidential technical and financial information.  One of the first orders usually entered in such cases is a protective order, which enables parties to designate and disclose to a limited universe of people what the producing party considers to be confidential information.  Typically, protective orders prohibit the receiving party … Read More