I am very pleased and excited to announce the start of Fairly Competing, a Competition Law Podcast.
It is a great privilege to join forces with two of the leading commentators in the field of unfair competition law, John Marsh and Russell Beck. The three of us will offer regular discussion about the leading news and developments in the areas of trade secrets, non-competes, computer fraud, and other emerging competition law issues.
John, Russell, and I just completed "Episode 1: The 2012 Year In Review," which you can listen to below by clicking play on the link below or by visiting here. The podcast also is available for subscription on iTunes and soon will be on Stitcher. I'll be providing updates on this blog and on Twitter to alert readers when new podcast episodes are available.
We have a list of interesting, informative topics on the way, and we'll next be discussing Aaron Swartz and the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
Though Episode 1 is around 40 minutes or so, we expect future podcasts to be in the range of 20-25 minutes, covering one topic per episode. I hope you enjoy the podcast, and I would love to hear any thoughts or comments you have!
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