Webinar: The Defend Trade Secrets Act: Five Years After

Events / Wednesday, October 13, 2021

"The Emerging New Era for Noncompetes and Trade Secrets" Webinar Series (Part 2 of 6)

The Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA), which created a federal system of trade secrets law for the first time, recently turned five years old. The goal was to bring more consistency to a patchwork of state-level trade secrets laws, as well as to give litigants easier access to federal courts, which supporters said were better suited than local courts to handle complex, bet-the-company cases. But did it?

BakerHostetler partners Mark Temple and Carey Busen share their insights on the DTSA in this 30-minute, recorded discussion.

Register for Upcoming Webinars in the Series

The Defend Trade Secrets Act: Five Years After is the second installment of BakerHostetler's "The Emerging New Era for Noncompetes and Trade Secrets" webinar series. Click on the links below to register for upcoming webinars or view past recordings in the series:

Sept. 8    

View the Recording for Noncompetes and Trade Secrets: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow

Nov. 10                    

Register for Global Reach: Extraterritoriality and DTSA Enforcement Beyond the US

Dec. 8    

Register for Legislating Fairness: The National Movement Toward Legislation Regulating the Use of Noncompetes

Jan. 12        

Register for Nationalizing Competitiveness and Noncompete Law: Criminal Antitrust and Federal Efforts to Curtail No-Poach and Noncompete Agreements

Feb. 9    

Register for Future Shock: How to Protect Trade Secrets When Noncompetes Become Truly Disfavored

All times will be at 1 p.m. ET, and each webinar will last approximately 30 minutes.

For live webinars only, Thirty minutes of CLE credit will be available in California, Illinois, New York, Ohio, Texas and New Jersey (through reciprocity). CLE credit may be available in other states if requested or permitted. 

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