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Webinar Recap! International Trade Secret and Non-Compete Law Update

Posted in Data Theft, International, Non-Compete Enforceability, Trade Secrets

We are pleased to announce the webinar “International Trade Secret and Non-Compete Law Update” is now available as a podcast and webinar recording.

In Seyfarth’s third installment of its 2015 Trade Secrets Webinar series, Seyfarth attorneys focused on non-compete and trade secret considerations from an international perspective. Specifically, the webinar will involved a discussion of non-compete and trade secret … Continue Reading

Seyfarth Attorneys Lead Discussion of Proposed EU Trade Secrets Directive at ITech Law World Technology Conference

Posted in International, Trade Secrets

This week, at the ITech Law World Technology Conference in New York, Seyfarth attorney Dan Hart briefed members of the International Technology Law Association’s Intellectual Property Committee about the European Commission’s proposed Directive on trade secret protection.  As we have written, the new Directive, if enacted, will substantially alter the legal landscape in Europe regarding trade secret protection and … Continue Reading

U.S. Counsels Cross-Border Consistency In Criminal Consequences For Trade Secret Theft

Posted in International, Legislation, Trade Secrets

What do the laws of the United States, Peru and Australia have in common when it comes to imposing similar riminal penalties for trade secret misappropriation?  Virtually nothing!

In the U.S., criminal penalties for misappropriating trade secrets range from 10 to 15 years.  In Peru, the maximum criminal sentence for stealing trade secrets is 2 years.  And in Australia, there … Continue Reading