|By PR Newswire||
|October 4, 2012 08:29 PM EDT||
DALLAS, Oct. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Christiansen Davis Bullock LLC (CDB) is proud to announce the release of a new book by partner Amy E. Davis. Guide To Protecting and Litigating Trade Secrets was published by the American Bar Association, the world's largest professional organization. CDB will host a celebration for Davis, the book's lead author, on October 18, 2012, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. CDT at Gremmillion Fine Art Gallery, located at 2251 Vantage Street near the Dallas Lowe's Anatole Hotel.
Davis, a trial attorney in the areas of business and employment law, notes that she "cut her litigation teeth" defending and prosecuting trade secret cases, and understands the issues involved on both sides.
"The estimated value of trade secret information in the U.S. is a staggering $5 trillion," Davis explains. "Yet this valuable information often is poorly documented, unaudited, untracked, uninsured, and undervalued. Worse still, careless, untrained, or disgruntled employees could be giving the information away or stealing it outright."
Guide to Protecting and Litigating Trade Secrets provides a broad, academic look at trade secret law with current, real-life examples of trade secret nightmares, drawing on the litigation experience of Davis and her co-authors to provide practical advice to the business owner, small legal department or firm, and solo practitioner.
Expertise in the legal complexity of trade secret law makes Davis a frequently sought-after media resource on a variety of legal issues beyond her own cases. Her comments on labor and employment disputes involving the NFL and NBA players were featured in the Dallas Business Journal as well as KDFW-TV FOX 4 News in Dallas.
Christiansen Davis Bullock is a go-to firm for business, with attorneys that have worked with CEOs, CFOs, VPs, and VIPs from companies of all sizes in virtually every industry. The firm draws on this experience to take a big picture approach, partnering with clients in business matters from initial formulation to final dissolution. Guide to Protecting and Litigating Trade Secrets is the third book authored or co-authored by the firm's named partners.
For more information about the Guide, other books published by CDB attorneys, the launch party, or CDB, contact Amy E. Davis at 214-838-3501 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the CDB website at www.cdbfirm.com.
SOURCE Christiansen Davis Bullock LLC