What You Need to Know about the Recent Cases and Developments in Trade Secrets, Restrictive Covenants, and Computer Fraud
Thursday, January 27, 2022
2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Eastern
1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Central
12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Mountain
11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Pacific
In the first installment of the 2022 Trade Secrets Webinar Series, Seyfarth attorneys will review noteworthy legislation, cases, and other legal developments from across the nation over the last year in the area of trade secrets and data theft, non-competes and other restrictive covenants, and computer fraud. Plus, they will provide predictions for what to watch for in 2022.
Seyfarth attorneys Michael Wexler, Robert Milligan, and James Yu will address the following topics:
- Significant new legislation on non-compete and other restrictive covenants and related court decisions that may impact their enforcement
- Discussion of legislative and regulatory efforts to narrow use of non-competes, including the impact of Biden’s July 9, 2021 Executive Order and other potential federal legislation
- The Defend Trade Secrets Act and tips for navigating the law and an overview of what we know now that it’s been in effect for more than 5 years
- Recent significant trade secret misappropriation decisions concerning damages, fees, and pleading
- The viability of computer fraud claims after the Supreme Court’s decision in Van Buren v. United States limiting claims that can be brought under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act
- Takeaways from the December 2021 DOJ and FTC Virtual Public Workshop discussing efforts to promote competitive labor markets and worker mobility
- Best practices for updating and structuring agreements and policies to adequately protect company assets and trade secrets, including addressing the challenge for multi-state employers of an increasing divergence of state laws and remote workforce
If you have any questions, please contact Colleen Vest at email@example.com and reference this event.
This webinar is accredited for CLE in CA, IL, NJ, and NY. Credit will be applied for as requested for TX, GA, WA, NC, FL and VA. The following jurisdictions accept reciprocal credit with these accredited states, and individuals can use the certificate they receive to gain CLE credit therein: AZ, CT, NH. The following jurisdictions do not require CLE, but attendees will receive general certificates of attendance: DC, MA, MD, MI, SD. For all other jurisdictions, a general certificate of attendance and the necessary materials will be issued that can be used in other jurisdictions for self-application. If you have questions about jurisdictions, please email CLE@seyfarth.com.