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MIP Trade Secrets Forum 2018

September 27 2018, Fairmont Hotel, San Jose 


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Free registration for in-house IP counsel, general counsel and heads of legal

Managing IP is pleased to announce the annual return of  the MIP Trade Secrets Forum   taking place at  the  Fairmont Hotel   in San Jose on September 27, 2018.  

Hear from leading counsel and join interaction discussions at the MIP Trade Secrets to provide clarification on the emerging issues, opportunities and challenges in the advancing trade secrets landscape. 

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Benefits of attending:

  • Hear how to protect, defend and enforce trade secrets in the rapidly advancing digital era
  • Identify and debate the challenges of calculating value and damages in litigation
  • Join analysis on the trends and assess the benefits of the ITC
  • Learn from experts and gain tips to protect your company from cybercriminals and hackers
  • Listen to essential analysis on recent decisions and case law
  • Discuss the jurisdictional reach of the DTSA
  • Examine best practice to maximise protection whilst managing the value of patents vs trade secrets
  • Evaluate the issues specific to SaaS business models and how to address a theft

Who will you meet:

  • IP in-house counsel
  • Corporate counsel
  • General counsel
  • Patent counsel/attorneys
  • IP counsel and IP managers
  • General counsel
  • VP/SVP Patents
  • Private practice lawyers
  • Heads/Directors of IP, patents & Legal affairs

Gurveer Vasir
+44 207 779 8579

Natalie Canter
+44 207 779 8730
Melanie Petch
+44 207 779 8836


  Baker McKenzie

Jenner and Block

Perkins Cole

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