Law Seminars International – Protecting and Optimizing the Value of Trade Secrets in the 21st Century

November 06, 2015
11:30 AM - 12:15 PM CT

Information is often a company's most valuable asset. Identifying and valuing a company's valuable confidential information, for example for commercialization or an impending corporate transaction, can be difficult. Protecting that business information has become one of the most important, and increasingly difficult, challenges facing modern business.

Keeping business information safe from the "competitive intelligence" efforts of competitors has taken on a new urgency. Globalization has broadened the landscape in which these issues arise, and impending new federal trade secrets legislation will alter it further. In this one-day intensive seminar, some of the most noted experts address the state-of-the-art in current trade secrets issues.

During this conference, Morgan Lewis partner Mark Krotoski presents on "Economic Espionage and the New Proposed Federal Civil Cause of Action for Trade Secrets Misappropriation".

CLE credit: See conference site for CLE information.