A recent decision from the Eastern District of California illustrates the sometimes fine line between the need for plaintiffs to allege a claim for trade secret misappropriation in sufficient detail, while avoiding disclosing the trade secret in so much detail as to destroy it.
In Dairy, LLC v. Milk Moovement, Inc., Dairy, LLC (“Dairy”) sued Milk Moovement, Inc. and Milk Moovement, LLC (collectively, “Defendants”), alleging trade secret misappropriation under both the Defend Trade Secrets Act and the California Uniform Trade Secrets Act and intentional interference with contractual relations. No. 2:21-cv-02233, 2022 WL 1103822, at *1 (E.D. Cal. Apr. 13, 2022)
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