Consider the following scenario. Your client is a technology company that works closely with a research startup or university to develop new technology. The parties have tight contracts agreeing to share the benefits of whatever is created and maintaining confidentiality.
Then, your client finds out that one of the researchers is a student who collected and downloaded sensitive information, which he emailed abroad, and who subsequently fled the country. What can you advise your client to do?
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