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Past Event
1 June 2012 - 2 June 2012


  • Dr. Mark C. Hilgard
    T +49 69 7941 2271

Information Leaks – How to Address Them in Litigation

The program will include viewpoints on when and how illegally obtained information can be used in litigation in different situations and in different jurisdictions, and will also discuss access to information in a world where there are clear differences in the protection of data, and where the modern technology complicates the application of legislation. The seminar will be rounded up with a discussion on how compliance and governance can be a tool with respect to the matters covered, and what the external counsel may have to offer in this area.

Experienced litigation practitioners will give you valuable insights into the practice of lawyers before courts in various jurisdictions around the world. Extend your knowledge of different forums and different legal traditions.  Obtain concrete and useful recommendations on these interesting topics. Participants will obtain direct feedback and practical advice from leading international litigation practitioners.

Who should attend?
External counsel involved in the topics and their relation to litigation, and internal counsel interested in the litigation risks involved in global trends.

Organizer: Mark Hilgard

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