The ownership of data can be a murky question. How does counsel help their company protect the company's legal rights in its data? How does counsel help their company avoid violating the rights of others when using third-party data? What role might copyright, patent, trade secret, tort law, and contract play in data protection? What issues are important for in-house counsel to know of when entering contracts, creating policies, and advising their clients?
Kilpatrick Townsend partners Steve Gardner and Jason Gardner address these and other issues of counseling, transactions, and litigation related to data rights.
Wednesday, August 18, 2021
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