Writ of Mandamus Will Issue to Correct Abuse of Discretion by Trial Court in Ordering Discovery of Trade Secrets Without Inspection to Determine Necessity of Their Discovery

Date

1975

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Volume Title

Publisher

Texas Tech Law Review

Abstract

Analyzes the rules that protect trade secrets. The author concludes that review by petition for a writ of mandamus is the only satisfactory remedy the court can provide for discovery of information erroneously ordered by the trial court. This extraordinary remedy, therefore, should be protected zealously.

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Keywords

Writ of mandamus, Trade secrets, Discovery, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Automatic Drilling Machines, Inc. v. Miller, Case note

Citation

6 Tex. Tech L. Rev. 1105