Paul Chan Comments on Criminal Trade Secrets Law and Non-Competition Agreements

Principal Paul Chan was quoted in the Daily Journal article, “Criminal Trade Secrets Laws Can Help Employers,” describing the interplay between California law – which limits restrictive covenants sometimes used by employers to protect trade secrets – and federal criminal trade secrets laws. Business and Professions Code Section 16600 reflects California’s longstanding ...

Paul Chan Authors Article on the Rise and Impact of Chinese Economic Espionage

Managing Principal Paul Chan authored an article for Bloomberg Law titled, “The Rise in Economic Espionage Cases Involving China.” The article details the recent surge in Chinese economic espionage prosecutions in light of the heightened focus on such cases by the DOJ and FBI. Chan also describes the impact of ...

Tom Freeman Admitted to the California Academy of Appellate Lawyers

Principal Tom Freeman has been inducted into the California Academy of Appellate Lawyers, an election-only organization founded in 1972 and devoted to excellence in appellate practice. To be eligible for election to membership, attorneys must have extensive appellate experience and demonstrate to the Academy’s satisfaction good character and professional reputation, ...

Gary Lincenberg Speaks at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management on the Huawei Prosecutions

Principal Gary Lincenberg participated in the panel discussion, “US-China Conflict: Huawei and US Law,” at the UCLA Anderson School of Management on April 29th. The panel explored the business, policy, and legal implications surrounding the recent detention in Canada of Huawei’s CFO, Meng Wanzhou, who will face fraud charges after extradition ...