O'Melveny San Francisco to Host "Someone Stole My Trade Secrets! Now What Do I Do?"October 12, 2010
O'Melveny's San Francisco office will be hosting a seminar entitled, "Someone Stole My Trade Secrets! Now What Do I Do?" on October 12. Trade secrets are valuable -- and vulnerable. You’ve done all you can to protect them, but no system is foolproof. Should a theft occur, are you prepared? O’Melveny trade secret lawyers, Darin Snyder and David Almeling, along with expert forensic and damages consultants from Navigant, will provide the information you need to respond to a suspected incident of trade secret theft promptly and effectively. From the preliminary investigation of a potential theft, to deciding whether to file suit, this presentation will provide the tools and information you need for every step of the process. Topics will include:
• Investigation of a suspected trade secret theft
• Evidence collection and witness identification
• Whether and how to contact the alleged trade secret thief
• Filing a trade secret suit and moving for a TRO
• Damages in trade secret cases
The presentation will be simultaneously presented via webcast. To register for the webcast or the live presentation, please contact Paula Ambrosini at email@example.com.
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