The Economic Espionage Act: A Practitioner's Handbook

    By Paul Enzinna

    The Economic Espionage Act:  A Practitioner's Handbook

    The Economic Espionage Act: A Practitioner's Handbook

    By Paul Enzinna

    This handbook is intended as a practical guide for prosecutors, defense lawyers and court the system as the investigation and prosecution of economic espionage and trade secret theft assume a more central place in the U.S. criminal justice system.

    The Economic Espionage Act: A Practitioner's Handbook

    By Paul Enzinna

    The Economic Espionage Act:  A Practitioner's Handbook

    The Economic Espionage Act: A Practitioner's Handbook

    By Paul Enzinna

    This handbook is intended as a practical guide for prosecutors, defense lawyers and court the system as the investigation and prosecution of economic espionage and trade secret theft assume a more central place in the U.S. criminal justice system.
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    Since the Economic Espionage Act (EEA) was enacted in 1996, it has steadily assumed a more important and visible role as a law enforcement tool. In enacting the EEA, Congress cited a 1995 survey in which nearly one-half of corporate respondents reported having experienced a trade secret theft. By 2011, the security firm McAfee reported that “every company in every conceivable industry with significant size and valuable intellectual property and trade secrets has been compromised (or will be shortly) In 1999, then-Deputy Attorney General Eric Holder stated that because intellectual property theft was “soaring,” the Department of Justice had “concluded that we must make these types of crime a major law enforcement priority,” and promulgated “the first, comprehensive inter-agency plan to combat the growing surge in the theft of intellectual property.” In 2013, Holder reported that between 2000 and 2010, DOJ had “secured well over 100 convictions in cases involving criminal trade secret thefts.” This handbook is intended as a practical guide for prosecutors, defense lawyers and court system as the investigation and prosecution of economic espionage and trade secret theft assume a more central place in the U.S. criminal justice system.

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    Authors

    Paul Enzinna

    Publishers

    ABA Book Publishing

    ISBN

    9781634258258

    UPC Code

    9781634258258

    Page Count

    244

    Product Code

    5090161

    Trim Size

    6x9

    Publication Date

    8/1/2017 12:00:00 AM

    Authors

    Paul Enzinna

    Publishers

    ABA Publishing

    ISBN

    9781634258265

    ISSN

    9781634258265

    Page Count

    244

    Product Code

    5090161EBK

    Trim Size

    6x9

    Publication Date

    8/17/2017 12:00:00 AM

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