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Author Dean, Robert L. (Robert Logan), 1952- author.

Title Dean's law of trade secrets and privacy / edited by Gordon Hughes.

Published Pyrmont, NSW : Thomson Reuters (Professional) Australia, 2018.
©2018.

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 UniM Law  KN 114.3 K1 DEAN    DUE 12-04-22
Edition Third edition.
Physical description lxvii, 1782 pages ; 24 cm
Notes "Lawbook Co."
"This book has evolved from Robert Dean's seminal text The Law of Trade Secrets and Personal Secrets, which, after 2 book editions, metamorphosed into the online service Trade Secrets and Privacy..." -- Preface, page iii.
Second edition: 2002.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Part 1. Trade Secrets -- Introduction -- Jurisdiction -- Breach of confidence -- Fiduciary relationships -- Economic torts and secret information -- Employee inventions -- Obligations of third parties -- Defence of public interest -- Remedies -- Restraint of trade covenants and protection of goodwill -- Part 2. Privacy -- Privacy -- Australian and international privacy -- Overview of data protection -- Existing data protection laws -- Australia's new privacy law.
Summary Law of Trade Secrets and Privacy Third Edition provides essential guidance through the law regarding personal, institutional and corporate privacy. It assists readers to better protect commercially sensitive, and private and personal information, by understanding the underlying principles of two related and rapidly changing areas of law. Protection of trade secrets is an integral part of business development. Similarly, protection of personal information is becoming increasingly complex under expanding privacy regulation. This book addresses the obligations in both areas, including the overlap. A practitioner or company with a clear grasp of relevant legal principles and practice is better equipped to develop strategies for safeguarding against breaches of confidence.
Other author Hughes, Gordon A., editor.
Subject Trade secrets -- Law and legislation -- Australia.
Secrecy -- Law and legislation -- Australia.
Privacy -- Law and legislation -- Australia.
Privacy, Right of -- Australia.
Variant Title Law of trade secrets and privacy.
ISBN 9780455500775