"Winning Trade Secrets Cases as a Plaintiff and a Defendant, and Preventing Litigation Altogether," PLI's Trade Secrets 2017: What Every Lawyer Should Know, October 2017.
Topics covered include:
- Pre-suit investigation: what do you need to know right from the start, and how will you learn it?
- Avoiding suing too early or too late
- Proving reasonable measures to protect trade secrets: common pitfalls
- Ethical considerations in trade secrets litigation
- Identifying trade secrets in litigation
- Seizure orders and injunctive relief
- Special considerations in litigating trade secrets cases in the financial services industry
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Friday, October 27, 2017-
Friday, October 27, 2017
PLI's Trade Secrets 2017: What Every Lawyer Should Know
PLI New York Center
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