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Podcast masterclass: How to protect trade secrets


In the second Managing IP masterclass, Charlotte Kilpatrick talks to IP specialists about how in-house teams can protect their companies from trade secret theft

Managing IP reporter Charlotte Kilpatrick leads a discussion on what businesses need to know about identifying and protecting trade secrets. She is joined by Tilman Breitenstein, lead counsel for IP nutrition at BASF; Martin Yagi, IP manager at First Light Fusion; and Donal O’Connell, managing director at Chawton Innovation Services.

During the masterclass, the speakers give tips on how to distinguish between know-how and trade secrets, how to educate employees from different-sized companies about trade secret protection, and how to manage a team when everybody is working remotely.

To find out how to avoid trade secret litigation and prove to a judge that your secrets have been stolen, click the link below.



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