WEBINAR VIDEO | IP UPDATE #4: TRADE SECRETS – BE AWARE AND BE PAREPARED

WEBINAR VIDEO | IP UPDATE #4: TRADE SECRETS – BE AWARE AND BE PAREPARED
June 23, 2021

During our fourth online IP Update, you will learn more about trade secrets and how your company can take care of its sensitive information. Presenters Sophie Lens and Hans Verstrepen will answer questions such as:

  • What is a trade secret?
  • How does a trade secret differ from an intellectual property right and why choose one over the other?
  • What measures should a company implement to best protect its trade secrets?
  • What measures are available in the event of a breach and how can you ensure that the secret is not further disclosed in the course of the legal proceedings aimed at protecting it?

Contact

  • Sophie Lens

    Counsel

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