What can I do if someone under an obligation not to disclose my trade secrets threatens to disclose them?

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What can I do if someone under an obligation not to disclose my trade secrets threatens to disclose them?

Injunctive relief is available to prevent the disclosure of trade secret information under the laws of every state. While such action involves retaining an attorney and filing a lawsuit, it is often necessary because once the trade secret is made public, it is much more difficult, if not impossible, to restore the information to trade secret status. In many situations, no amount of money damages can provide just compensation for the value of a trade secret, and very often the person who releases your trade secret to the world will not have sufficient assets to pay a judgment against him for the damage you suffer.

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