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Ignace Vernimme and Michiel Van Roey speak during a seminar organised by Agoria on confidential information.

Ignace Vernimme and Michiel Van Roey speak during a seminar organised by Agoria on confidential information.

Ignace Vernimme and Michiel Van Roey speak during a seminar organised by Agoria on confidential information.

12.06.2018 BE law

This seminar is intended for all those who deal with confidential business information on a daily basis. Participants will receive a series of useful do's and don'ts with concrete examples and best practices.

Are you tired of seeing your concepts copied by third parties? Or to see your photos in competitors' catalogs?
How to avoid disclosing confidential business information during your commercial activities or development projects for your customers?

Ignace Vernimme, IP partner at Stibbe Brussels, and Michiel van Roey, associate at Stibbe Brussels, present an overview of contractual clauses and case studies.

More information on this seminar, organized by Agoria, via this link.

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