A company's trade secrets are targets for hackers, nation-states, disgruntled employees, and other thieves, resulting in the expanded importance of the law of trade secret protection, including significant and diverse forms of criminal or civil exposure as either a victim, plaintiff, or defendant.
Effectively managing and protecting trade secrets and confidential information requires a multi-practice, cross-jurisdictional strategy. Jones Day's Intellectual Property partners Randy Kay, Rebecca Swindells, Haifeng Huang, Thomas Bouvet, Christian Paul, and Andrea Weiss Jeffries, along with Firm Labor & Employment partners Steven Zadravecz and Jon Linas, Antitrust & Competition Law partner Marta Delgado Echevarria, and Global Disputes partner Po-Chien Chen, explain the importance of implementing comprehensive policies, practices, systems, and programs to safeguard a company's critical information.
Protecting trade secrets at home: the risks of remote working through COVID-19 (World Intellectual Property Review)
When Innovation Creates: Additional Developments in Artificial Intelligence at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
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