RatnerPrestia’s CEO Jonathan H. Spadt to Moderate Global Series Meeting: Trade Secrets: From Enforcement to Unique Issues in the Virtual Setting
Washington, D.C. | April 2022 – RP CEO Jonathan H. Spadt, will moderate a premiere panel on April 26, 2022 as a part of the on-going Global Series meetings of the Federal Circuit Bar Association. The first live, in-person Global Series meeting since 2019, and the first of two such meetings for 2022, this Spring meeting will occur at the Army and Navy Club in Washington, D.C. from 8:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. EDT.
Jonathan’s panel will convene at 1:25 p.m. and will explore current challenges at the intersection of patent and trade secret protection schemes, how trade secrets can be utilized to support innovation and align with comprehensive global IP protection strategies, and current issues with enforcement, both in the courts and the U.S. International Trade Commission. Integrated within these discussions will be consideration of the emerging challenges of trade secret development and enforcement given the remote work environment that is now ubiquitous, and includes the ease of data and human capital movement necessary for today’s collaborative work environments. The panel will include Sabine Agé, Partner, Hoyng Rokh Monegier, Kendra Ervin, Deputy Chief for Intellectual Property, U.S. Department of Justice – Criminal Division, and Lauren Peterson, Partner, AMS Trade LLP.
The second Global Series Meeting for 2022 is scheduled for October in Amsterdam, Netherlands. For information on registration for the Spring meeting, please contact Kerry Scott Boll at email@example.com, or see the FCBA’s website at https://fedcirbar.org/Programs-Sponsorship/Calendar/ArticleID/1501/2022-Global-Series-Spring-Session-Washington-DC
RatnerPrestia is a law firm expert in all things IP. The Firm handles procurement, enforcement, licensing, commercialization, global strategic IP planning, and all related business aspects of IP. The Firm has attorneys experienced and successful in all relevant U.S. jurisdictions, including the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, The U.S. International Trade Commission and Federal Courts, both trial and appellate. This expertise extends to all areas of IP protection, including patent, design, copyright, software, trademark, and trade secret protection.