Now on Spilling Secrets, our podcast series on the future of non-compete and trade secrets law:

On an employee’s first day, employers can begin protecting trade secrets by ensuring they maintain ownership over all intellectual property (IP) that the employee will create.

In this episode of Spilling Secrets, Epstein Becker Green attorneys A. Millie WarnerJames P. FlynnHemant Gupta, and Adelee Traylor dive into the key steps employers can take to maintain IP ownership, including using the right verb tense in employee IP provisions.

Podcast: Amazon Music / Audible, Apple Podcasts, Audacy, Deezer, Goodpods, iHeartRadio, Overcast, Pandora, Player FM, Spotify.

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Tune in to Spilling Secrets, a podcast series on the future of trade secrets and non-compete law.

Each episode features an all-star panel of attorneys talking about real life problems, developments, and strategies when dealing with trade secrets, non-competes and other types of restrictive covenants.

Subscribe for Spilling Secrets email notifications and listen on Amazon Music / AudibleApple PodcastsAudacy, Deezer, Google Podcasts, iHeartRadio, OvercastPlayer FMSpotifyStitcher.

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