Many successful businesses develop important assets that are “intangible.” In addition to traditional intellectual property assets that can be copyrighted or patented, such assets can also include confidential information like customer information, or trade secrets such as technical information or a particular manufacturing process. In this class, learn how to protect such valuable information.
- Trade secrets: how to obtain, protect, and enforce
- Non-competition agreements: enforceable or not?
- Using privacy laws to protect confidential information
- Your employee’s legal duty of loyalty: how far does it go?
- Avoiding a wrongful termination lawsuit
Presented by Dylan Wiseman, Henry Josefsberg & Perry L. Segal:
Dylan Wiseman is a shareholder in the firm of Littler Mendelson. He represents employers in cases involving trade secrets, unfair competition, employee mobility, non-solicitation restrictions, and related matters, and has been lead trial counsel in several complex-designated jury trials. He frequently teaches CLE courses on trade secret and unfair competition litigation, and wrote the chapter on unfair competition and trade secrets in Littler Mendelson’s California Employer.
Henry Josefsberg, Esq., represents employees and small companies in employment disputes and provides advice concerning a wide range of employment matters. He has served as an expert witness, published articles and presented seminars on trade secret and employment litigation, planning, polygraph testing, damage issues, psychiatric issues, sexual harassment, releases of liability, and other topics. He is a Board Member of the LACBA Trial Practice Inn of Court, and a Temporary Judge.
Perry L. Segal is one of the most prominent voices in California at the intersection of law and technology. He has worked with many large firms, including Hughes Space and Communications, Turner Broadcasting System, Universal Music Group, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 20th Century Fox and CareerBuilder.com. His blawg, e-Discovery Insights, was selected by the American Bar Association Journal as one of the Top 100 Legal Blawgs of 2010. In July 2011, e-Discovery Insights was selected by the Library of Congress for inclusion in their historical archives. Perry consulted with the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office "Protecting Our Kids" program, which helps parents and other concerned adults safeguard the Internet activities of young people, protects kids from online predators and prevents them from engaging in Internet crime. Perry maintains a solo law practice and in addition, a consulting practice, Charon Solutions, Inc.
Registration fees: FREE - sponsored by the Friends of the Los Angeles County Law Library through the generous support of Pacific Western Bank.
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