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Breach of Confidence and Trade Secrets: Domestic Developments and Comparative Perspectives

University of Cambridge, Faculty of Law, 17th March 2007, 9.30 am - 5.30 pm

Trade secrets are important intellectual assets, yet, they receive remarkably little attention.  Instead, attention has been focused on copyright, patent, trade marks, privacy and data protection.  This one-day conference aimed to refocus attention on the state of the English law protecting trade secrets, to review significant changes directly or indirectly affecting the legal protection of trade secrets, and to think about how it might develop in the future.

This conference was sponsored by the Centre of European Law, King's College London.  It was accredited by the Law Society and the Bar Council with 6 CPD hours.