Responding to (and Guarding Against) Trade Secret Theft: Perspectives of Former Federal Prosecutors

Trade Secret Theft - Litigation Webinar Series

Fish & Richardson is pleased to bring you the next webinar in our litigation webinar series, INSIGHTS. We will explore cases and trends that are shaping the legal landscape and provide a window into the ways we think about these developments to formulate crucial litigation strategies. Join us for this informative webinar series featuring key takeaways from a broad array of Fish litigators.

Responding to (and Guarding Against) Trade Secret Theft:
Perspectives of Former Federal Prosecutors
Wednesday, February 19, 2014
1:00 PM ET
Via the web

Trade secret theft is one of the most difficult security challenges a company must face.

Join David Cowen of G-C Partners, a nationally recognized computer forensic expert, and prominent white collar defense attorney and former federal prosecutorTom Frongilloof Fish & Richardson for an at-issue discussion about a $300 billion affliction to corporate America’s trade secrets.

This panel will provide an overview of the Economic Espionage Act and the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, and will discuss strategic considerations every company faces when it is either a victim of trade secret theft or identified as a target of a federal probe.

You can expect this webinar to:

  • Address common issues that arise from the discovery of trade secret violations during an internal investigation or whistleblower tips;
  • Discuss the pros and cons of reporting violations to the government, from the vantages of both a victim and an alleged wrongdoer;
  • Explain how companies often face parallel civil and criminal proceedings, and offer strategic advice; and
  • Provide guidance on what you can do now to protect yourself from trade secret theft and what forensic steps to take if trade secret theft occurs.

If you have an interest in cyber security, economic espionage, or anticorruption or white collar criminal investigations, prosecutions, and case developments, you won’t want to miss this webinar.

Fish & Richardson will apply for 1.0 hour of general CLE credit in most states. If you would like to receive CLE credit, register with your state bar information.


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