The International Chamber of Commerce has released “Protecting Trade Secrets—Recent EU and US Reforms,” by James Pooley and Stefan Dittmer, Task Force Co-Chairs. The report explains requirement and offers practical measures to ensure protection. Download
Testimony of James Pooley “Safeguarding Trade Secrets in the United States” U.S. House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet April 17, 2018 Click here for a pdf transcript.
Trade secret expert James Pooley shares his thoughts on the DTSA, how businesses can mitigate IP theft, and asset protection on a global level in a wide ranging interview with Stout.
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LITIGATOR. STRATEGIST. CONSULTANT. AUTHOR.
DATA SECURITY & IP ADVISOR.
James Pooley is one of the world’s foremost experts in trade secret law and management. His legal treatise, “Trade Secrets,” updated semi-annually, is the leading lawyer’s desk reference on the subject. His latest business book is “Secrets: Managing Information Assets in the Age of Cyberespionage” (Verus Press, 2015).
Mr. Pooley’s career as a sought-after advisor, IP litigator, and information security expert spans over four decades. His many leadership roles include his tenure as president of the American Intellectual Property Law Association and current term as chairman of the Selection Board of the National Inventors Hall of Fame.
On the international stage, Mr. Pooley served as Deputy Director General of the World Intellectual Property Organization in Geneva from December 2009 to November 2014, where he was responsible for the international patent system. In 2016, Mr. Pooley was named to the IP Hall of Fame.
Having returned to Silicon Valley, Mr. Pooley established a private law practice where he focuses on management of data assets and related litigation.
Mr. Pooley has argued that trade secrets are more important IP assets than ever. “Many companies today count their primary assets and primary worth by data, nothing but data. And the main way that we protect data is with trade secrets.”