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 Sanctions0 Comments

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