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Austin Misappropriation of Trade Secrets Lawyers

One common Internet crime that could potentially lead to a federal criminal charge is misappropriation of trade secrets. Trade secrets include any secret formulas, processes, or any other important information such as client lists, sales figures, and business plans that could potentially harm a business if disclosed to outside parties. If you have been accused of misappropriation of trade secrets, you need professional legal assistance to help you defend your name against this charge.

Austin misappropriations of trade secrets lawyer Ian Inglis is dedicated to helping you protect your rights and reputation when facing criminal charges. You don’t have to go through this trying time alone. Contact Ian Inglis Attorney at Law today at (512) 472-1950 and schedule a consultation to discuss your legal options.

What is Misappropriation of Trade Secrets?

In its simplest form, a trade secret is information that is not known to the general public that gives the holder an economic advantage in the market. Because trade secrets can give businesses an edge, their competitors may try to discover a company’s trade secrets illegally.

Unfortunately, the sensitivity and value of trade secrets can make a company quick to accuse a person of stealing this information. If you have been charged with using the Internet or computer to acquire a competitor’s trade secret, you could be at risk of facing a federal crime conviction that could impact your personal relationships and professional reputation.

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If you are convicted of misappropriation of trade secrets, this federal charge could result in severe legal consequences. For help with this difficult situation, contact knowledgeable Austin misappropriations of trade secrets attorney Ian Inglis today at (512) 472-1950 to learn more about your criminal defense options.

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