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Thanksgiving at Owen Gleaton

Posted November 15, 2017 in Blogs/Publications, News

As an expression of gratitude, Owen Gleaton employees annually provide a Thanksgiving dinner to three families through the Families First organization which has been providing help to families in the metro-Atlanta area for over 127 years.  

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Philippa Ellis Earns Bar Association Leadership Appointments

Posted July 11, 2017 in Philippa V. EllisBlogs/Publications, News
Partner, Philippa Ellis, has been recognized for her extensive jury trial expertise with a recent American Bar Association (ABA) appointment. She will serve as 2018 Director-Elect for the ABA Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section (TIPS)/American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) National Trial Academy. The ABA-TIPS/ABOTA National Trial Academy, held at the National Judicial College in Reno, NV, is affectionately called the country’s top “Boot Camp for Lawyers”.

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Baylie Fry earns Georgia State Bar Award of Achievement

Posted June 13, 2017 in Blogs/Publications
Selected by the Young Lawyers Division ("YLD") President, Baylie Fry received the Award of Achievement for Outstanding Service to the Profession at the Georgia State Bar Annual Meeting.  Ms. Fry was presented this award for her continued dedication and service to the profession in her capacity as the Co-Chair to the YLD Women in the Profession Committee.

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David Hayes presents

Posted March 17, 2017 in David V. HayesNews

On March 15, 2017, David Hayes presented "Damages from the Defense Perspective: How to Keep Damages Low" at the Proving Damages CLE, sponsored by ICLE: State Bar Series.

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Protecting Electronic Trade Secret Misappropriation

Posted January 29, 2017 in Blogs/Publications

The success of companies all over the United States largely depends upon information unknown to the public—the companies’ trade secrets.  The analysis of whether a company’s information is considered a trade secret turns on whether the company has taken “reasonable measures” to keep the information secret, and whether the information seeking trade secret protection derives independent economic value.  Accordingly, information known to the public is not considered a protected trade secret.  And should protected information be disclosed to the public, the information is no longer secret, thereby eviscerating any previous trade secret protection. 

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