CDF Webinar: Everything California Employers Need To Know About The New Federal Defend Trade Secrets Act Of 2016
CA MCLE credit and HRCI credit
The Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 (DTSA) became the law of the land in May 2016 with the goals of modernizing and strengthening trade secret law. Because trade secrets are a fundamental building block of California’s and the U.S. economy that help drive investment, innovation and economic growth, trade secret litigation and employee mobility cases are some of the hottest areas of intellectual property and employment litigation. This advanced program will provide participants with high level understanding on how the DTSA may be used to help protect company trade secrets, guard against employee raids, recruit from competitors without getting sued, and deal with the important issues that arise when employees leave to compete with their former employers.
Topics to include:
- Why Trade Secrets Matter
- The Changing Face of Trade Secret Litigation and overlap of Federal law with California law
- Trade Secret Damages and Remedies – A focus on all of the legal and equitable remedies available, including injunctive relief, actual damages, unjust enrichment, attorneys’ fees, and punitive damages
- Top Five practical tips to avoid Trade Secret litigation
Register today for this informative and timely webinar!
CA MCLE credit and HRCI credit available.
Dan M. Forman’s knowledge expands beyond traditional employment law to the expanding field of trade secret litigation where he has successfully prosecuted and defended complicated cases. Forman’s vast litigation experience, including bench and jury trials, also allows him...
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