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Financial institutions are leading the way in adopting new technologies such as machine learning, AI and “big data.” These and other technologies now play an integral role in a range of operations, from portfolio management to fraud prevention, from executing trades to transforming the customer experience. While the potential is huge, risk management and protection of confidential data and proprietary technology has never been more important. Many financial institutions have only begun to address these increasingly complex yet fundamental imperatives.

In this webinar, we will discuss the organization, protection and enforcement of trade secrets on a multi-jurisdictional basis, focusing on recent developments in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific.

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Date Wednesday, 26th June 2019
Time 10:00 AM ET
Contact Kay Gemzon
email: [email protected]
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Binxin Li is a partner in Baker McKenzie's Shanghai office. An experienced intellectual property practitioner with an advanced scientific education and solid legal training, Binxin focuses on IP litigation and dispute resolution, IP transaction, privacy and strategy counseling.

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Kei Matsumoto is a member of the Firm’s IP/IT/EC group in Tokyo. Prior to joining Baker McKenzie, he worked in the patent litigation division of a major US law firm, where he handled patent litigation involving Japanese companies and other litigation in the US. Mr. Matsumoto also has considerable experience in dispute resolution cases inside and outside the courts as well as corporate/M&A related cases. Mr. Matsumoto is a native Japanese speaker and is fluent in English.

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Dr. Rembert Niebel is head of the Germany Intellectual Property Practice Group. He is listed as a frequently recommended lawyer in the area of trademark law in JUVE Handbook of Law. According to Chambers Europe, "Market observers appreciate his in-depth trademark expertise, which includes registration, counseling and infringement proceedings."

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Christine Streatfeild is a partner in the IPTech Practice Group. She has a broad range of trade, regulatory, and litigation experience, most frequently representing clients in antidumping and countervailing duty cases, safeguard measures, duties imposed for national security purposes (Section 232 duties), and Section 337 intellectual property and trade secrets disputes. She appears before the US International Trade Commission (ITC), US Department of Commerce (DOC), and the federal courts. She also routinely advises companies regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on issues affecting mergers, acquisitions, licensing, and compliance. Prior to joining Baker McKenzie, Ms. Streatfeild served as the acting deputy director of the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) and in the Environment and Natural Resources division of the Office of the United States Trade Representative. She has also served as an adjunct professor at the Krieger School, Johns Hopkins University, where she taught Global Trade, Policy and Competition.

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Jay Utley heads the Firm’s Intellectual Property & Technology practice in Dallas and is experienced in all aspects of intellectual property, complex-commercial, and class-action litigation and case management, with significant experience as lead counsel managing litigation teams in competitor and multi-defendant litigation. Many of the patents litigated by Jay cover digital and computer-related technologies, such as telecommunications, semiconductors, displays, digital imaging, optics, financial systems, and networking. Jay also has significant experience in matters involving antitrust, trade secrets, unfair trade practices, racketeering, conspiracy, fraud, and bad faith, as well as proceedings in which the substantive legal issues have been eclipsed by the procedural complexities of multiple parties with multiple cases in multiple US and non-US jurisdictions and venues.