11-02-2017 10:00 am -11:30 am

As cybersecurity and economic espionage increasingly occupy headlines and C-suite meetings, trade secret disputes that once were dealt with mainly through civil litigation are ever more likely to turn into criminal investigations.  Joshua Robbins, a former federal cybercrime prosecutor, will discuss the substantive and strategic aspects of criminal trade secrets cases, with an emphasis on hidden dangers that may catch even experienced intellectual property litigators unaware.


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