With the U.S.-China trade rivalries heightening awareness about protecting intellectual property, trade lawyers are increasingly being called on to help concerned clients keep their proprietary data under wraps.

One such lawyer is Eric Ostroff, an administrative partner at Meland Russin & Budwick in Miami who advises stateside companies about what they can do to prevent trade secret theft while also preparing for a worst-case scenario.

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