In safe hands? - Protecting your business's confidential information webinar

Freeths are pleased to invite you to our Employment webinar on "Protecting your confidential information”. 

Is the Company data your employees have access to safe? Can you protect it against unintentional, unlawful access, disclosure, or theft by existing or exiting employees? Failure to do so could result in severe consequences, including loss of business and/or damaging your brand and reputation.

Date: Thursday 1 February

Time: 9:30am - 10:30am

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Freeths' Employment and Dispute Resolution specialists will provide invaluable insight using real life case studies to refresh your understanding of the importance of protecting your confidential information as an employer. We will cover:

Restrictive covenants

  • Potential reform of non-compete clauses.
  • Practical protection measures e.g. monitoring and/or blocking access of departing employees.
  • Pursuing former employees and their new employers - including an overview of case law and the litigation process.

The importance of the contract of employment, policies and training

  • What is confidential information.
  • What information can an employer legitimately protect?
  • New legislation on the horizon.

Data breaches Case Study review including AI

  • Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs)

Who should attend?

This event is designed for HR professionals, in-house counsel, owner/managers and directors. Freeths will provide straightforward guidance to de-mystify this important area of law, helping you to prevent issues which could result in litigation.

The content of this page is a summary of the law in force at the date of publication and is not exhaustive, nor does it contain definitive advice. Specialist legal advice should be sought in relation to any queries that may arise.

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