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Sedona Conference’s Commentaries Provides Guidance on Challenges in Trade Secret Litigation and Gain Momentum With Courts
The Sedona Conference’s Trade Secret Working Group recently published an article titled “7 Ways To Approach The Difficulties Of Trade Secret Litigation”. Crowell’s Mark Klapow is a member of the working.
Read more at: https://www.law360.com/articles/1559728/7-ways-to-approach-the-difficulties-of-trade-secret-litigation?copied=1
2022 AIPLA Annual Trade Secret Law Summit
Crowell & Moring is a proud sponsor of this year’s American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) Trade Secrets Summit, taking place December 8-9 in Miami, FL.
Please join us for a panel discussion on “Best Practices for Trade Secret Identification in Litigation,” led by Crowell & Moring attorney Mark Klapow on Thursday, December 8…
The Year’s Most Popular Posts
It’s the time of year again when we are taking a look at 2021’s top ten most read posts. This year, we witnessed an increased risk of trade secret theft due to the Great Resignation, proposed trade secret misappropriation penalties as a result of Chinese government trade secret espionage, and the expansion of ITC involvement in trade secret misappropriation. Take a look at our top ten posts that highlight these key developments.
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Please Join Us for a Webinar: Trade Secrets Investigations
Crowell & Moring invites you to attend the webinar, Trade Secrets Investigations, taking place on Thursday, April 29, 2021 at 1:00 pm ET.
Join Raija Horstman, Caroline Brown, Astor Heaven, Steve Byers, and Christine Hawes for a discussion offering practical guidance on steps throughout the lifecycle of a trade secrets…
DC’s New Non-Compete Ban Implicates Trade Secret Protections in the District
On January 11, Mayor Muriel Bowser signed “The Ban on Non-Compete Agreements Amendment Act of 2020” (the “Act”). Though some other states and municipalities have restricted the use of non-compete agreements, the District of Columbia’s new ban – once it is applicable – will go further than similar laws in any other jurisdiction. With few exceptions, employers in the District of Columbia will not be allowed to include non-compete provisions in employment agreements or maintain workplace policies that prohibit employees from simultaneously working for a competitor of the employer. Employers with operations in the District of Columbia also must be aware of the notice and non-retaliation requirements, as well as the penalties for non-compliance.
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Please Join Us for a Webinar: 2020 Trade Secrets Year in Review
Crowell & Moring invites you to attend the webinar, 2020 Trade Secrets Year in Review, taking place on Thursday, January 28 at 12:00 pm ET. We will cover what you need to know about the big cases, changes, and developments relating to trade secrets from the past year.
Join Raija Horstman, Molly Jones and…
ACC Europe Webinar – The EU Whistleblower Directive: A Burden or an Opportunity?
The EU Whistleblower Directive: A Burden or an Opportunity?
Tension between the protection of whistleblowers and the protection of trade secrets?
Companies should see the obligations set out in the EU Whistleblower Directive regarding internal reporting channels as an opportunity rather than a burden. Having an internal tool to facilitate detection of possible misconduct…
Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late: Tardy Trade Secrets Bounced
In trade secret misappropriation cases, the scope and sufficiency of the trade secret identification are central issues. And, once resolved, plaintiffs may allege new trade secrets thefts gleaned during fact discovery, which rekindles those issues. Recently, the United States District Court, Northern District of Illinois closely scrutinized just such lately raised trade secrets in Motorola …
DuPont v. Kolon Trade Secrets Case Recognized as “Global Dispute of the Year: U.S. Litigation” by The American Lawyer
Crowell & Moring’s work on the DuPont v. Kolon matter, one of the largest trade secrets cases of its kind, was recognized at The American Lawyer’s third annual Global Legal Awards, winning “Global Dispute of the Year: U.S. Litigation.” The firm represented DuPont in recovering Kevlar® trade secrets stolen by a South Korean conglomerate. After …