Why the EV Industry is a Breeding Ground for Trade Secret Theft
The market for electric vehicles is both still emerging and heavily competitive, making it ripe for competition, and by extension, theft. Companies that hire workers in the EV and tech space and the workers that they hire should prepare to be in the legal crosshairs as the industries continue to merge.
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August 19, 2021 — Case Study
Case Study: Experts Needed for the National Prescription Opiate Litigation
WIT was retained by several manufacturers, distributors, dispensers, and benefit managers to provide consulting and testifying experts to support the defendants in dozens of lawsuits across the United States.
July 14, 2021 — Blog
FDA Approvals, Controversial Therapeutics, and the Experts Needed for Litigation
Therapeutics are some of the most complicated, most regulated, and most litigated products existing in the market today. Any inconsistencies to the qualification and validation protocols of the product can cause undue harm, lasting damage, and unlimited claims of liability.
September 28, 2020 — Other Content
The Impact of Genomic Research and Comparative Infection Biology on Drug and Vaccine Development
An Interview with Brenda Wilson, Ph.D., WIT Microbiology and Molecular Genetics Expert, to discuss the importance of genomic research and how her protein engineering expertise has contributed to subunit vaccines, academic research, and commercial applications.
August 27, 2020 — Archive
Adapting to a Changing Environment – Supply Chain Disruption, Part Two
The world is anxiously awaiting a vaccine for COVID-19. Once one has been developed, what distribution challenges will the world face? Read part two of our Q&A with WIT Supply Chain Expert, Dr. Robert Handfield, for insight on this question and more.
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