Reasonable Measures to Protect Trade Secrets: Lessons for Litigators and In-House Counsel (RECORDING)

Recorded On: 05/30/2019


Kenneth Corsello, IBM

David Morrison, Goldberg Kohn

Shannon Murphy, Winston & Strawn LLP

Kenneth Corsello


Ken Corsello is an IP law counsel at IBM. He currently focuses on drafting and negotiating IP licenses and assignment agreements. During his 14 years at IBM, he has worked on patent procurement, litigation, client counseling, product clearance, and IP transactional matters. Before joining IBM, Ken was a law clerk to Chief Judge Glenn Archer at the Federal Circuit; an Associate Solicitor in the USPTO; and in private practice at law firms in Washington, D.C. Ken has been the chair of IPO’s Trade Secrets Committee since 2016. His recent speaking activity on trade secret issues includes testifying in 2018 as a witness on behalf of IPO at a hearing on “Safeguarding Trade Secrets in the United States” held by the U.S. House Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet.  

David Morrison

Goldberg Kohn

Shannon Murphy

Winston & Strawn LLP

Shannon Murphy is a partner at Winston & Strawn. She is member of the firm’s Global Privacy and Data Security Task Force and focuses her practice on internal investigations, data protection counseling, and complex litigation, particularly matters involving potential criminal liability or trade secret issues. She is a specialist in computer forensics, and her data protection experience includes conducting a large-scale trade secrets internal investigation for a privately held financial investment company, which led to the federal conviction of two employees and a significant judgment.



Reasonable Measures to Protect Trade Secrets: Lessons for Litigators and In-House Counsel (RECORDING)
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