Spreading the Secret: Early “Defend Trade Secrets Act” Decision Shows that Businesses Have the Choice of Pursuing Misappropriation of Trade Secret Claims in Either State or Federal Court

In one of the first cases filed in Florida under the new Federal Defend Trade Secrets Act (“DTSA”), a federal court relied on precedent under Florida’s own Uniform Trade Secrets…

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Chris DeCort Named Firm Partner
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Johnson & Cassidy is pleased to announce that Christopher L. DeCort has been named a partner of the Firm.  Chris is a 2010 magna cum laude graduate of the Florida…

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Eleventh Circuit Court Rules that Providing a Cell Phone Number on a Written Application or Other Form Constitutes “Prior Express Consent” Under the TCPA

If there remained a question of whether consenting in writing to be contacted on one’s cell phone constitutes “prior express consent” to receive calls at that number under the federal…

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