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What is the Economic Espionage Act?

The Economic Espionage Act (EEA) makes misappropriating or attempting to misappropriate someone’s confidential information a federal crime. The United States federal government enforces the Economic Espionage Act through the Department of  Justice at the government’s expense. This makes the EEA a powerful tool for the business alleging misappropriation.

The Firm’s Economic Espionage Act Services

The Firm’s attorneys have experience navigating businesses through the complex criminal and civil issues involved in defending an EEA allegation. Attorneys at the Firm assist businesses in understanding the business and personal implications involved in an Economic Espionage Act complaint or allegation and the nearly inevitable follow-on civil lawsuit from the complaining party.

Attorneys at the Firm have experience assisting businesses in making a complaint to the federal government under the Economic Espionage Act.

The Firm’s attorneys also advise clients on how to conduct research on competitors without violating the Economic Espionage Act.

If you would like to speak to an attorney at the Firm regarding the Economic Espionage Act, please contact us for more information.

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