To Catch a Data Thief: the First 30 Days

Pete Gillespie will review proactive steps that management, and the attorneys who advise management, should consider when it suspects that a disloyal employee is jumping ship and perhaps taking company information and data.  The program will cover both legal and business strategies for confirming when a business has been subjected to unfair business practices and responding to unfair competition.  Topics will include best practices for agreements and policies covering confidential information and trade secrets, evidence preservation, forensic investigations, and possible legal claims to defend against unfair competition.

Pete Gillespie is Of Counsel to the Chicago Office of Fisher & Phillips LLP, a national labor and employment firm representing management.  Pete litigates and provides counseling nationwide to employers concerning legal claims and issues arising from the movement of employees between competing businesses.  Pete counsels employers on developing workplace privacy policies, policies and agreements covering the protection of confidential information, trade secrets and customer relationships, as well as "best practices" with respect to the management and retention of electronic information.  Pete is a Co-Chair of the Social Media Committee of the American Bar Association Section of Science & Technology Law.

A dial-in will be provided by the day before the conference for those who can't be there in person.  Please indicate on an RSVP if you plan to attend in person.


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  • Stephen W.

    For those not present on the call today or want to refer back to it, here is a link by which you can download the slides.
    https://app.box.com/s/ozo68l142dn4xr067jo9

    You can download a podcast of the program from this link.
    https://app.box.com/s/u3dpfqqyaedm2xxy1ixz

    May 28

  • Michael A.

    Regrets. Conflict with a meeting at sponsor agency site.

    May 27

  • Tony V.

    Plan to dial in. The link for dial-in data in Steve's e-mail message was for the April meeting and is no longer active.

    May 27

  • Stephen W.

    I look forward to our program tomorrow at 10 am Pacific/1 pm Eastern to discuss departing employees, trade secret theft, information security, and practical wisdom about proper responses.

    For those not attending live at my office, in order to see the program and receive a dial-in number, click on:

    https://www.anymeeting.com/212-280-031

    Once you click on the link, input your name and email, and please choose the telephone option, the service will provide you a dial-in number, code, and audio PIN. The link will be live at around 9:30 Pacific/12:30 Eastern, but the program starts at 10 am/1 pm.

    May 27

  • Lindsy S.

    I will be dialing in. Looking forward to it.

    May 26

  • Ayne D. T.

    I look forward to this meetup, particularly with regard to management and retention of electronic information. My new company, BioScynz, will provide services to members in the life sciences; thus, it goes without saying that BioScynz will have much to safeguard. Thank you in advance for this meetup!

    May 26

  • Siliconia

    dialing in, please advise us as soon as possible what dial-in will be

    May 26

  • Christine W.

    dialing in

    May 26

  • Jeff

    Definitely going to dial in

    May 4

  • Marc T.

    I get this question often. Will dial or web in

    May 2

  • Siliconia

    Couldn't write on the RSVP that I am going to dial in.

    Thanks

    May 2

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