You are invited to listen to Episode 32 of Greenberg Traurig’s Trade Secret Law Evolution Podcast, “Preemption by the UTSA, Compilations as Trade Secrets, and the Ninth Circuit’s Decision on Pre-DTSA Enactment Disclosures.”
In Episode 32, host Jordan Grotzinger kicks off Season 3 of the podcast, discussing preemption under the Uniform Trade Secrets Act, the increasingly important issue of compilations as a trade secret, and the Ninth Circuit’s decision on an issue of first impression – whether pre-enactment disclosures are actionable under the Defend Trade Secrets Act.
The Trade Secret Law Evolution Podcast is designed to help business leaders, in-house counsel, and entrepreneurs stay current on trade secret law while they protect their companies’ most valuable assets. Each episode addresses recent developments in the law and concludes with key takeaways.
This podcast is eligible for CA self-study CLE credit. Certificates of Attendance will not be issued. CA attorneys are responsible for self-reporting the amount of time they listened. For all other jurisdictions, please contact your state’s MCLE Board or Committee for guidance on their rules and regulations as it relates to self-study credit.
Links to select prior episodes:
- 2020 Year in Review
- Sufficiently Identifying Trade Secrets to Avoid Summary Judgment, Factors Relevant to Customer Data as Trade Secrets
- Trade Secret Law Evolution Podcast Episode 29: Criminal Enforcement of Trade Secret Protection
- Agency, Indirect Misappropriation and Intrinsic Knowledge as a Trade Secret
- Attorneys’ Fees in Trade Secret Cases, Filing Under Seal and Challenges in Obtaining a TRO
- Extraterritorial Application of Trade Secret Law and Proving What Constitutes a Trade Secret
- Trade Secrets Subsumed in a Patent, Claims for Misappropriation Before DTSA’s Enactment, and the Economic Loss Rule