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Trade-secret status of prices destroyed when customers allowed to share without restriction

See this Trading Secrets blog posting by Seyfarth Shaw attorney Jason Stiehl, discussing Southwest Stainless, LP v. Sappington, 582 F.3d 1176 (10th Cir. 2009) (reversing damage award for misappropriation of trade secrets). In that case, the appeals court “held that sharing pricing with a customer, without restriction, removes any claim of confidentiality [in the pricing] that may have existed.”

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