Seyfarth Shaw partner Robert Milligan will present at the LegalTech West Conference on Tuesday, May 17, 2011 at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles, California at 1:00 p.m. His presentation is entitled "Trade Secret Investigations: The Legal and Technical Perspective" and will cover areas of computer forensics that corporations and law firms may have previously overlooked, including artifacts that
Seyfarth Shaw LLP partner Robert Milligan will speak on trade secrets and cloud computing at the 2011 ITechLaw World Technology Law Conference and Annual Meeting set for May 12th-May 14th.
ITechLaw has been serving the technology law community worldwide since 1971 and is one of the most widely established and largest associations of its kind. It has a global membership
Los Angeles partner Robert Milligan will be leading a presentation on “Hot Topics in Trade Secret Law” at the State Bar of California’s 35th Annual Intellectual Property Institute at the Silverado Resort in the Napa Valley on Saturday, October 30, 2010 beginning at 9:35 am.
The Institute is the premier multiday program of the State Bar of California’s Intellectual Property…
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We are pleased to announce that the Trade Secrets, Computer Fraud, and Non-Competes Group’s first webinar on November 5, 2009 entitled Monitoring the Revolving Door: Protecting Your Trade Secrets in Today’s Economy was a tremendous success.
There were over 550 registered attendees in various legal and business positions, including business leaders, general and associate in-house counsel, human resource professionals, franchise …
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Please join us for the first of our Trade Secrets Webinar Series
Monitoring the Revolving Door:
Protecting Your Trade Secrets in Today’s Economy
on November 5, 2009
Seyfarth Shaw’s Trade Secrets, Computer Fraud, and Non-Competes Group is pleased to announce a comprehensive webinar series on trade secrets, computer fraud, and non-competes in today’s economy.
The first webinar will cover…
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April 02, 2009
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The California Supreme Court’s decision in Edwards v. Arthur Andersen LLP, 44 Cal.4th 937 (2008), reaffirmed that employee non-competition agreements are void in California unless they fall within narrow exceptions to Business and Professions Code