A trade secret, as defined by the UTSA
, is business or scientific information that:
Under Romo's leadership, UTSA
has surged in the ranks among its peers, emerging as one of the fastest-growing higher education institutions in Texas while tightening its admissions standards from a one-time open admissions institution.
This is the right time to hand the reins of leadership to a new president, knowing there is a solid foundation of excellence in place and tremendous momentum that will keep UTSA
moving forward," he said in a statement.
generally excludes claims to breach of contract, giving you the opportunity to add clauses in your agreements to the effect that any non-public information is confidential, with a time-limit as to how long the information is to be held in confidence.
largely overlooked by commentators, (12) the UTSA
Moreno says that's when a light bulb went off--the "community" that Tetro was becoming a part of was not just UTSA
, but rather the city at large.
Now in its fifth year in Texas, cohorts of bilingual teacher candidates (20-25 each semester) take a class at the university campus that is directly tied to LCM@ UTSA
In the last decade, UTSA
has placed an increasing focus on the importance of an international perspective.
Because states have at times adopted different versions of UTSA
, there is a lack of uniformity among them on several substantive issues (such as the definition of "trade secret," what kinds of injunctive relief are available, and whether punitive damages are authorized).
, Texas State, UNT and UH's combined costs in 2015 were $70.
Today, French says, UTSA
officials are using a "two pronged" approach to accelerating "young" UTSA
's plan to grow into a major Tier I research institution.
But in the absence of such agreements, the UTSA
maintains that there are other reasonable efforts to maintain secrecy, such as advising employees of the existence of a trade secret, limiting access to a trade secret on a "need to know basis," and controlling plant access.