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Brackett & Ellis’ patent, copyright, and trademark attorneys participated in drafting the Texas Uniform Trade Secrets Act and its recent amendments.

In a noteworthy stride for intellectual property law in Texas, Brackett & Ellis’s own Joe Cleveland and Heath Coffman have made significant contributions to the drafting and subsequent amendments of the Texas Uniform Trade Secrets Act (TUTSA). Their expertise and dedication to the field have been instrumental in refining the legal frameworks that protect the vital trade secrets of businesses.

Their involvement in these legislative developments not only showcases their profound understanding of patent, copyright, and trademark law but also reinforces Brackett & Ellis’s commitment to advancing legal protections in the ever-evolving business landscape. Joe and Heath’s efforts exemplify our firm’s dedication to excellence and proactive advocacy for our clients’ most valuable assets.

At Brackett & Ellis, we pride ourselves on being at the forefront of legal innovation, with our attorneys leading the way in safeguarding intellectual property in Texas and beyond.

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