Tuesday, November 17, 2015
5:15 p.m.: Registration
5:30 – 7:45 p.m.: Program
Reception to Follow
“The only computers these days that are safe from...hackers are computers
that are turned off, unplugged, and thrown in the back seat of your car.”
Marc Zwillinger, computer security expert and former Justice Department Lawyer
About the Symposium
Cybercrimes are on the rise, creating new challenges for private companies and government alike. Brooklyn Law School’s annual Trade Secrets Institute Symposium will bring together experts from government, academia, and private practice to discuss how companies can defend themselves against cybercrime attacks and how to prosecute those responsible.
Brooklyn Law School
250 Joralemon Street
CLE Credit Offered
The program provides two (2) CLE credits in the State of New York. Partial credit is not available. The credits are transitional and non-transitional and the category is Professional Practice.
Register at www.brooklaw.edu/trade-secrets by November 10. The program is free of charge for faculty and students, as well as for graduates who are members of the 2015-16 BLS Alumni Association or the 1901 Society. The fee for all others to attend is $40. Our financial aid policy is available at www.brooklaw.edu/financialaidcle.
About the Trade Secrets Institute
The Trade Secrets Institute is designed to provide comprehensive neutral coverage of key trade secret cases and legislative or regulatory initiatives throughout the United States. TSI has established a database—the first of its kind in the nation—that connects users to supporting documents, briefs, motions, and timelines for current cases, as well as recent updates on pending legislation or regulatory initiatives concerning trade secrets.