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Inevitable disclosure is a legal doctrine through which an employer can use trade secret law to enjoin a former employee from working in a job that would inevitably result in the use of trade secrets.
- Inevitable Disclosure of Trade Secrets by Ivan Hoffman
- The Inevitable Disclosure Doctrine - A Necessary And Precise Tool For Trade Secret Law by Cameron G. Shilling
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