Clark Hill Attorney Paul E. Starkman to Moderate Two Upcoming Webinars Covering Trade Secrets, Non-competes and Breaches by Departing Employees
CHICAGO, IL – Paul E. Starkman will moderate two upcoming webinars this month. The first is “The Brave New World of Trade Secrets and Non-Competes: Litigating Non-Compete and Confidentiality Agreements” which will be held on February 13th, featuring Panelists Bernice B. Donald of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit and Jonathan Ben-Asher of Ritz Clark & Ben-Asher LLP. The presentation will discuss topics such as ethical, legal, and practical issues involved in litigating trade secret and non-compete cases. To register for “The Brave New World of Trade Secrets and Non-Competes: Litigating Non-Compete and Confidentiality Agreements,” please click here. For 25% off the standard registration price, please use discount code: CLL18EFEB02.
The second webinar is “Departing Employees and Data Breaches: Policies, Procedures, and Practical Advice” to be held on February 28th, featuring Panelists Robert Fitzpatrick of Robert B. Fitzpatrick PLLC and Jennifer Trulock of Baker Botts LLP. The presentation will cover topics such as the legal, technical and practical issues that arise out of actual and perceived data leaks by departing employees. To register for “Departing Employees and Data Breaches: Policies, Procedures, and Practical Advice,” please click here.
Paul E. Starkman is a Member in the Labor and Employment Practice Group in Clark Hill’s Chicago office. Paul has published numerous articles on Labor and Employment issues and is a frequent lecturer for bar associations and professional organizations.
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