Trade secrets are a vital asset to many companies. They are no longer secret recipes, formulas or intellectual property, but also fundamental information on pricing, business plans and client lists.
However, the threat to these trade secrets typically doesn't come from an external source or competitor, but rather from someone within the company.
Watch our presentation with senior associate Anton Aerts to learn:
- why it's important to protect your organisation's trade secrets from an employment law perspective
- what preventive measures you can take, and
- what to do when a key employee who with knowledge about the company's trade secrets moves to the competitor
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