Presented by the Entertainment Law and Intellectual Property Section
With new developments under Cal. Bus & Prof. Code 16600 that broaden employees’ rights not to be held under non-compete agreements, the intersection of employee mobility and intellectual property is rapidly evolving and new strategies to manage this issue are needed in every business sector. Representing industries from tech to entertainment, our panelists will share best practices and methods to identify proprietary information developed by employees and contractors, and to deal with the “leakage” of such proprietary information when personnel come and go. As organizations manage the changing legal landscape of employee mobility, protecting and being protected from meritless claims involving this information and your employees is vital. The panel will include experts representing both the employer and employee perspective on how to legally protect and be protected from proprietary information theft claims.
Originally Recorded 10/20/20
Robert Muller, Managing Partner, IP Group, Cypress LLP
Diane Gabl Kratz, Senior IP Counsel (former), Segregate Technology
Brooks Beard, VP and Deputy General Counsel, VMWare
Dana Jewell, Deputy General Counsel and Corporate Strategy, Chegg Inc.
Stephen Kelly (Moderator), Cypress LLP
1 hour of General CLE Credit.
This On Demand Program is a streaming video presentation. Upon Purchase, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to access the program and download the program materials PDF file. Once you have completed the program a certificate will be generated and emailed to you within 1-2 business days.
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Product Code: 102020ELIOD