What do you do when your business has valuable competitive information that you don’t want a current or former disgruntled employee to share with others? Perhaps you’ve built a valuable customer list over the years, or you have a unique way of pricing your goods or services. Maybe you’ve developed a unique software solution, or you have special deals in place with your vendors. Whatever the information is, if it has economic value precisely because it isn’t known to your competitors or the general public, then it probably qualifies as a trade secret. What should your business be doing to protect such trade secrets?