International: Trade Secrets Shorts – How Baker McKenzie Handles Trade Secrets Globally (Video Chat)


A global video series

In short

All over the world, trade secrets are becoming increasingly important. As companies align workforce transformation, manage supply chain operations, and balance the needs of their digital transformation journey, new strategies are needed for identifying, protecting, and application of their most valuable, complex and market differentiating trade secrets.

In this series of short videos, hear from Baker McKenzie’s Global Trade Secrets team on Litigation, Intellectual Property, Data & Technology and Employment & Compensation on best practices for a strategic, multidisciplinary approach to managing your trade secrets, disputes and risks.

Brad Newman (Partner, Palo Alto), Christine Streatfeild (Partner, Washington, DC), Celeste Ang (Partner, Singapore) and Jason Raeburn (Partner, London) talk about our Global Trade Secrets Group and learn about regional trends through this video .

For all episodes of the series, visit our trade secrets shorts hub.

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Christine M. Streatfield

Christine Streatfeild is a partner in the Washington DC office and a member of the North American Trade Secrets Practice Steering Committee. She focuses on trade remedy and unfair competition cases, including forced labor investigations, anti-dumping and countervailing duty cases, safeguard measures, duties imposed for national security purposes (duties under Section 232) and intellectual property and trade secret litigation under Section 337. She appears before the United States International Trade Commission (ITC), the United States Department of Commerce (DOC) and in state and federal courts. Prior to joining Baker McKenzie, Christine served as Acting Deputy Director of the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) and Environment and Natural Resources Division of the Office of the United States Trade Representative. She was also an adjunct professor at the Krieger School at Johns Hopkins University, where she taught global business, politics, and competition. She is also on the 2021 USMCA Dispute Settlement Panel List (on behalf of the United States), a position she has held since 2019 (under NAFTA). Christine focuses her practice on trade regulation and intellectual property issues, including economic harm and damages, import duty enforcement and unfair competition allegations.


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