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The V&E Report
Insights in Government Enforcement and Investigations

  • 09
  • September
  • 2019

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When Trade Secret Cases “Go Criminal”

At a time when the federal government is stepping up its enforcement of federal trade secret law in an effort to safeguard American intellectual property from national security threats from China and elsewhere, the recent criminal indictment of former Google and Uber executive Anthony Levandowski underscores the potential criminal specter that looms over civil trade secret disputes.

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  • 27
  • June
  • 2019

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Big Brother! China Doubles-Down On Ability to Monitor and Collect Data

On May 28, 2019, China released draft Measures for Data Security Management (“Measures”) that purport to implement data protection requirements by creating individual rights to correct and delete personal information from data storage, mandatory notifications to individuals in the event of a data breach, and a presumption of liability on network operators for breaches caused by third-parties. The Measures include a catch-all provision, however, that would compel the network operator (broadly defined) to provide so-called “important data” to the government upon its request.

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