Topic: Economic Espionage Act

JD Supra Corporate Brief: SEC Enforcement, Boardroom Confidentiality, Social Media, Patent Trolls

Email delivery of the JD Supra Corporate Brief? Why, yes, thank you, I’ll take two! Where do I sign up? The future of SEC enforcement begins with its recent past… (Thomas Gorman at Dorsey & Whitney) The only calendar of retirement and health and welfare plan deadlines you’ll need… (King & Spalding) How can corporate… Read more »

It’s No Secret: 2013 Was A Big Year For Trade Secrets…

From attorneys Michael Spillner and Robert Uriarte of Orrick, an in-depth look at key 2013 developments in the trade secrets field: “One of the hottest topics throughout 2013 caught fire when security company Mandiant issued its blockbuster report in February, claiming that state-sponsored hackers in China had been engaged in massive cyberattacks in the United… Read more »

[Video] Corporate Law Report: News to Use Now

Welcome to the latest edition of JD Supra’s Corporate Law Report, which includes: executive speed dating of the “need to know” variety; good reasons to conduct a trademark audit now; a look at top FCPA enforcement in 2012 and what they mean for your compliance plans; a clarification of the Economic Espionage Act; and more.… Read more »

Economic Espionage Update: Protecting Trade Secrets Just Got Easier

“Congress enacted the [Economic Espionage Act of 1996] to provide ‘a systematic approach to the problem of economic espionage.’ The EEA was designed to reflect the increasing importance of ‘intangible assets’ like trade secrets in the ‘high-technology, information age,’ as well as the growing threat posed by the theft of such proprietary information and the… Read more »