Espionage DEFINITION: Espionage conducted for commercial purposes instead of national security purposes both by governments and by private organizations. Corporations have been known to spy on their competitors to gain a competitive advantage. Spying may involve the theft of trade secrets and/or the secret removal, copying, or recording of confidential or valuable information for use by a competitor.
Law firms have had to develop new strategies to compete and win in a legal market that contains greater uncertainty than any that has come before it. This paper will briefly outline strategies for success in the evolving legal marketplace.
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