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Seyfarth Trade Secret Group to Present at California Lawyers Association’s 2022 IP Institute – Trade Secrets

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The California Lawyers Association 2022 IP Institute takes place November 3-5 in Dana Point, California. Seyfarth is a silver conference sponsor, and Seyfarth attorneys Robert Milligan, Puya Partow-Navid, Joshua Salinas and Sierra Chinn-Liu are in attendance.

Joshua Salinas, a partner at Seyfarth and a member of the firm’s Trade Secrets, Computer Fraud and Non-Competition practice, moderates a lunchtime discussion with tabletop topics on Friday, November 4. His discussion will focus on the latest trends in trade secret protection. .

Robert Milligan, partner at Seyfarth and co-chair of the firm’s Trade Secrets, Computer Fraud and Non-Competition practice, presents the session “Latest Developments in Litigation and Trade Secret Protection” at the California Lawyers Association 2022 IP Institute on Friday, 4 November, in Dana Point, California. For this panel, an experienced group of trade secret attorneys, who recently co-edited and co-wrote the
Litigation and Trade Secret Protection: A Practical Guide to the DTSA and CUTSA treated, will lead the audience through an in-depth discussion of the latest developments and trends in litigation and trade secret protection. The discussion will focus on updated pleading standards, adaptation of injunctive relief applications, sufficiency of statements identifying trade secrets, damages, effective use of forensic evidence, plans for the protection of trade secrets, NDAs and other covenant agreements.

Find more information and register to attend IP Institute 2022 on the California Lawyers Association website. And if you are present, stop by the Seyfarth table to meet our team.

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