James P. Flynn, a Member of the Firm and the Managing Shareholder of the firm’s Newark office, was showcased in Today’s General Counsel, in “Appeals Decision Tightens Noose on Trade Secret Theft.”
Following is an excerpt:
Importantly, notes Epstein Becker & Green attorney James P. Flynn, in Nosal it did so in a case where the former employee was not alleged to have any overseas connection. The author cautions trade secret owners, however, that there were dissents in this case that could prove consequential. One dissent, he says, took the position that the court in this case improperly expanded the purview of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act beyond its “anti-hacking roots.”
The article cites a post by Mr. Flynn on Epstein Becker Green’s Trade Secrets & Noncompete Blog.