Spilling Secrets Podcast: Inside the Most Famous Trade Secrets Case of All Time

Now on Spilling Secrets, our podcast series on the future of non-compete and trade secret law:

The inevitable disclosure doctrine, expected to be a widely used tool to protect trade secrets after the famous PepsiCo, Inc. v. Redmond case in 1995, has not been as commonly employed as anticipated. But is the legal landscape about to change?

Epstein Becker Green’s all-star panel of attorneys – Peter A. Steinmeyer, Katherine G. Rigby, A. Millie Warner, and special guest James J. Oh – delve into the most famous trade secrets case of all time.

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Tune in to Spilling Secrets, a podcast series on the future of trade secrets and non-compete law.

Each episode features an all-star panel of attorneys talking about real life problems, developments, and strategies when dealing with trade secrets, non-competites and other types of restrictive covenants.

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