Trade Secret Law is rather atypical among legal causes of action, including particularly intellectual property claims. In particular, depending on whether the claim is brought based on the law of a specific state—for example, Utah, Texas, or Wisconsin—or whether the claim is brought based on federal law, the elements one will need to prove may differ. In this introduction to Trade Secret Law, attorneys learn the basics of Trade Secret Law. The presentation is broken down into four sections—one for each possible element needed to be proven to prevail on a Trade Secret claim. In addition, a sample case addressing each element of the identified Trade Secret claim is thoroughly analyzed and discussed.