With the recent enactment of the Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA), which created a federal cause of action for trade secret misappropriation, trade secret protection has become of topic of increased interest. Notwithstanding this trend, many corporations still fail to take appropriate steps to ensure that they have adequately protected their most prized trade secret assets—often only appreciating their importance after a competitor or disgruntled employee has stolen this valuable information. Are you adequately protecting your company’s trade secrets? Join Justin Krieger and Nicki Kennedy for a discussion of what every in-house attorney should know about how to identify and best safeguard your company’s most sensitive trade secret information.
What You Will Learn:
• Discover how to identify and document corporate trade secrets
• Ensure your company has adopted adequate “reasonable measures” in safeguarding its most sensitive information
• Identify the benefits and risks of operating under non-disclosure agreements (NDA’s)
• Examine how to place your corporation in the best position for a possible federal DTSA claim
• Explore recent important changes to the law concerning patenting trade secret processes
Wednesday, November 6, 2019
Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP
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