The interplay between confidential information, commercial properties, patents and copyrights on the one hand and trade secrets on the other hand is often something that is quite confusing for litigants and the court system. Having counsel that is well-experienced and strategically-minded in handling all of these distinctions can be the difference between success and failure in the courthouse. In addition, often trade secrets issues arise early on in the litigation with respect to their protectability. Counsel must be well-positioned to address the threshold issues associated with whether any trade secrets exist in the discovery phase of litigation in order to truly effectively engage in this litigation. The Firm’s attorneys have been at the forefront of these questions in Nevada in numerous court cases both in federal and state courts.