The authors discuss alleged Japanese trade secret violations in the semiconductor industry and various protective mechanisms available to United States industry on domestic and international levels. They propose a possible remedy, for the violations alleged, within a general framework of protections against unfair trade practices.
Nancy L. Siegel and Noah Sherman,
The Chips Are Down: Legal Implications of Alleged Japanese Unfair Practices in the United States Semiconductor Industry,
2 Hastings Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 129
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