ON-DEMAND WEBINAR | Protecting Your Valuable Assets: How To Effectively Identify, Select And Maintain Your Institution's Trade Secrets

12.08.20

Winstead attorneys Frank Amini, Ph.D. and Lekha Gopalakrishnan, Ph.D. presented a webinar on the topic of protecting trade secrets. Watch On-Demand Webinar Trade secrets can be an institution's most valuable and prolonged assets. However, maintaining trade secrets in an institution can be challenging because trade secret protection requires the implementation of proactive and consistent safeguarding measures. The implementation... Continue Reading…

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