DTSA

AcronymDefinition
DTSADown Town Santa Ana (Santa Ana, CA)
DTSADefense Technology Security Administration
DTSADiscrete-Time Survival Analysis
DTSADesk Top Spectrum Analyzer
DTSADefense Technical Security Agency (now DTRA)
DTSASeaman Apprentice, Dental Technician Striker (Naval Rating)
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Speakers will provide an in-depth analysis of the DTSA litigation trends and developments.
To make a claim under the DTSA, a plaintiff must establish that it owns a trade secret, that the trade secret was misappropriated and that the trade secret implicates interstate or foreign commerce.
theft of cryptocurrency--the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 (the DTSA
Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA) in the United States.
Acknowledging that such a theory "is contemplated by the plain language of the DTSA," the judge explained that no trade secrets were misappropriated under the statute after Hasbro disclosed them via patent applications and product sales prior to May 2016.
When Fast Enterprises filed an action under the DTSA seeking to block the Department of Transportation from complying with the request, DOT Secretary Stephanie Pollack, the named defendant, argued that the federal court lacked subject matter jurisdiction over the matter as the DTSA creates an explicit exception for "otherwise lawful activity" conducted by a state governmental entity.
The DTSA amends an already-existing federal criminal statute--the Economic Espionage Act of 1996 (EEA)--to incorporate a private cause of action for misappropriation.
The DTSA applies to any misappropriation of trade secrets "for which any act occurs on or after" its effective date, May 11, 2016.
Dodd-Frank, the DTSA appears to lack a provision to protect
Making a Federal (DTSA) Case Out of It, 33 SANTA CLARA HIGH TECH.