A medical practice’s summary of Relative Value Unit data for all its employees for several years was a trade secret.  Though the RVU system was a well-known system for evaluating physician efficiency and so no trade secret, each employee’s annual RVU production was not publicly known and so it could be a trade secret.  The historical RVU productivity data had economic value because it was a measure of the economic value of the entire medical practice as well as the value of particular doctors within the practice.