Andrew Stockment was one of the Virginia CLE faculty who presented the 16th Annual Virginia Information Technology Legal Institute in Fairfax, Virginia on October 9, 2015. Andrew presented the “Technology Law and Trade Secret Developments” segment and was one of the panelists for “Beat the Clock: 40 Quick Tips: IP Practitioners Empty Their Bag of Practice Tricks and Tips”. Andrew's topics included:
- Recent Trade Secret Law Developments
- Current Law on Data Breach Obligations
- Employee Privacy for Personal Social Media Accounts
- Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) Developments
The Annual Virginia Information Technology Legal Institute is a popular, long-running program that provides updates on the legal developments over the past year in information technology law and related areas of intellectual property law that are most important to practicing attorneys and their clients. It is designed for attorneys practicing in the fields of intellectual property, high technology, computer law, Internet law, outsourcing, e-commerce, and software licensing, development, distribution, and procurement. Approximately 140 attorneys attended the live event on October 9, 2015, in Fairfax. Video replays will be held later in October 2015 in Alexandria, Charlottesville, Richmond, and Roanoke. To register for an online video replay or to learn more, visit: www.vacle.org/product.aspx?zpid=5350 (available through October 31, 2018).
Andrew focuses his legal practice on intellectual property and technology, cybersecurity and data privacy, business law, and securities and private equity. He currently serves on the VBA Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law Section Council and the VBA Law Practice Management Division Executive Council as the Young Lawyers Division Representative. Andrew is also a member of the Executive Committee of the VBA Young Lawyers Division and is the Editor-in-Chief of Opening Statement, the VBA YLD Newsletter.