Trade Secrets in IP Litigation: Strategies for Disclosure and Protection in Discovery, Pre-Trial, Trial
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will guide IP counsel on disclosing and protecting trade secrets in trade secret litigation. The panel will examine the risks related to disclosing trade secrets and address the when and how of disclosure during discovery, pre-trial, and trial. The panel will also discuss recent decisions and offer guidance on how best to protect or strategically reveal trade secrets.
- Disclosure of trade secrets in trade secrets litigation
- Protection of trade secrets during litigation
- Recent decisions
- Best practices for disclosing and protecting trade secrets in litigation
The panel will review these and other important issues:
- What state and federal law claims are available to protect trade secrets?
- What guidance have recent decisions provided on when and how to disclose trade secrets?
- What are best practices for identifying trade secrets in pleadings and discovery?
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
Ms. Candido is an experienced trial lawyer, focusing on high-stakes, complex patent and intellectual property... | Read More
Ms. Candido is an experienced trial lawyer, focusing on high-stakes, complex patent and intellectual property litigation on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants. She has litigated and advised clients in a wide range of technologies, including the internet, computer hardware and software, semiconductor manufacturing, casino gaming, and genetic testing. Ms. Candido has conducted several jury trials in the Eastern District of Texas, the Northern District of California, and the Southern District of California, bench trials at the International Trade Commission, and argued before the Federal Circuit. Recently, Ms. Candido represented plaintiff ViaSat in a complex patent and breach of contract jury trial against Space Systems/Loral involving broadband satellites, which resulted in a jury verdict of $283 million for ViaSat in the Southern District of California. In the Eastern District of Texas, Ms. Candido tried the Function Media v. Google and Bright Response v. Google jury trials, both of which resulted in complete defense verdicts of non-infringement and invalidity for Google. She has been trial counsel for HTC in the two ITC investigations (337-TA-797 and 337-TA-710) initiated by Apple. In the 710 Investigation, the ITC Commission found no violation for all claims defended by the firm. Ms. Candido also represented Google in numerous ITC and multi-district actions concerning the Android operating system and various smart phone technologies.Close
Ms. Kierkut focuses her practice in the areas of restrictive covenants, privacy, and trade secret counseling and... | Read More
Ms. Kierkut focuses her practice in the areas of restrictive covenants, privacy, and trade secret counseling and litigation, as well as in matters relating to employment discrimination, harassment, whistleblowing, employee leave and accommodation. Ms. Kierkut is a member of Greenberg Traurig's Health Emergency Preparedness Task Force, a multidisciplinary, collaborative team drawn from the firm's offices around the world that provides clients with up to date counseling on all COVID-19 related matters.Close
Peter J. Toren
Peter J. Toren Attorney At Law
Mr. Toren represents clients in patent litigation involving a variety of technologies including computer software... | Read More
Mr. Toren represents clients in patent litigation involving a variety of technologies including computer software and hardware, light emitting diodes, biotechnology, semiconductor manufacturing and fabrication, optics and medical devices as well as business methods. He has successfully obtained and defended motions for preliminary injunctions and summary judgment motions involving the Patent Act, Copyright Act, Lanham Act, Digital Millennium Copyright Act and Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. In addition to intellectual property litigation, Mr. Toren has experience in computer law, including cybersecurity. He is a former federal prosecutor with the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section of the Criminal Division of the United States Department of Justice where he worked for over eight years and also served as Acting Deputy Chief.Close