Keeping Your Formulas Secret – Prevention Can Help Protect Intellectual Property in China

    View Authors August 2013

    A company’s trade secrets may be its most important proprietary information, and often they cannot or will not be registered. Protecting such information in China presents unique challenges. The recently-released edition of CHEManager Europe includes an article by Squire Sanders partner Daniel F. Roules in Shanghai, “Keeping Your Formulas Secret.” The article takes an in-depth look at how best to protect formulas, know-how and other proprietary information in China, covering the following topics:


    • General strategies for trade secret protection
    • Protecting trade secrets from partners
    • Protecting trade secrets from suppliers and customers
    • Protecting trade secrets from employees

    The article reprint appears courtesy of CHEManager Europe.