Trade Secrets

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A trade secret is ordinarily a process, a concept, or an idea that is confidential, and contributes to the value of products. Examples of trade secrets include, certain customer lists, chemical formulas, and specifications on an engineering drawing. Businesses involved in disputes related to violations of the Uniform Trade Secrets Act or the Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act often contact Vukelja Law to represent their interests.

Chapter 688 of the Florida Uniform Trade Secrets Act defines the kinds of confidential business information that qualify as trade secrets. The Vukelja Law firm represents plaintiffs and defendants in legal claims and lawsuits related to conflicts involving the Uniform Trade Secrets Act. We are focused, dedicated, and sought after among businesses in need of this type of counsel and representation.