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10 steps to better cybersecurity -‘Intellectual Values seminar series #1’ video

Last month we hosted our annual ‘Intellectual Values’ seminar in London which this year focused on the ‘connected world’. Sarah Turner, an IP partner in our Tech Hub, gave a talk on the steps companies can take to improve their cybersecurity. The potential damage resulting from a cybersecurity attack is ever increasing as the world becomes more and more

UK moves to implement Trade Secrets Directive

Tomorrow Hogan Lovells will join other interested parties at a round table meeting convened by the UK Intellectual Property Office to discuss the proposed approach to implementation of the new Trade Secrets Directive into English law. The deadline for implementation of the Directive is June 2018, before Brexit, and so the meeting should be interesting on

EU Trade Secrets and the Brexit context – IP Academy* session

There is no doubt that trade secrets are valuable business assets, have a direct impact on innovation and are important drivers of competitive advantage in the market. Greater use of outsourcing and collaborations, combined with easier access to data and rising statistics of commercial espionage mean that there is currently an increased risk of trade

EU Trade Secrets: breaking news – European parliament passes trade secrets law with wide support: in force across EU by 2018

Earlier today, the European Parliament voted by a large majority of MEPs (503 to 131) for the enactment of the long-awaited EU Directive on  trade secrets.   The text of the Directive has already been informally agreed to by the Member States’ Council of Ministers, so its passage into EU law is now something of a

EU: Council publishes its view on the draft Trade Secrets Directive

On 26 May 2014 the EU Council adopted a slightly different approach to the Trade Secrets Directive than the Commission which has led to the Council proposing a number of significant changes to the draft While the definition of “trade secret” remains unchanged, the Council has redefined the criteria that could lead to the “acquisition,