Munger, Tolles & Olson attorney Malcolm A. Heinicke will moderate the March 29 “Second Annual Advanced Trade Secret/Employee Mobility Practicum: Winning Strategies for Litigating Complex Trade Secret and Employee Mobility Cases” in San Francisco and conduct a seminar. Munger Tolles attorneys Carolyn Hoecker Luedtke and Mark B. Helm also will conduct seminars during the full-day CLE program.
Mr. Heinicke will discuss “Trade Secret, Proprietary – or neither one? Understanding recent UTSA preemption cases and related discovery concerns” and “The Effect of Edwards v. Arthur Andersen on Non-Solicit Agreements and When Non-Competes Can Still Work in California.”
Ms. Luedtke will address: “Pre-departure Protections: Recognizing and Minimizing the Risks presented by Social Media and Cloud Storage.”
Mr. Helm will discuss: “Trial Tips: Effective Trial Themes, Why Experts And Demonstrative Exhibits Are Imperative – earlier than in other cases – and how to select a jury.”
The program is being sponsored by Bridgeport Continuing Education.
Mr. Heinicke’s practice focuses on employment and complex commercial litigation, particularly in California and national class actions.
Ms. Luedtke's practice focuses on complex business litigation with a particular emphasis in intellectual property, breach of contract disputes, trade secret and employee mobility disputes.
Mr. Helm’s practice has an emphasis on media law and intellectual property matters, disputes involving investment firms or their portfolio companies and claims against law firms.