Dilworth Paxson Partner Jennifer Platzkere Snyder to Present at PBI CLE on January 24

01/17/2018

Jennifer Platzkere Snyder of Dilworth’s Labor and Employment Group will be a speaker at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s CLE “Emerging Issues in Restrictive Covenants and Trade Secrets” on Wednesday, January 24.

Federal and state legislatures have developed a certain stark inconsistency when addressing trade secrets and the protection of confidential and proprietary information.  While enacting the Defend Trade Secret Act and tightening trade secret protection and enforcement, federal and state governments are simultaneously attaching and scrutinizing employee noncompetition agreements and other post-employment obligations.  Why the imbalance?

The session will explore the current state of trade secret enforcement and facilitate a discussion on the demise of the restrictive covenant and practical enforcement and defense advice.

The program will be held at the CLE Conference Center in the Wanamaker Building,10th floor, Suite 1010 (Juniper Street Entrance) Philadelphia PA, from 9:00 am – 12:15 pm.  There is a live webcast and streaming option and it will also be simulcast to seven other Pennsylvania locations that are listed on the registration site.  This program offers a total of 3 Pennsylvania CLE credits (3 SUB/ 0 ETH).

For more information and to register, click here.

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