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New Light On Handbooks And Work Rules
During the Obama administration, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) rocked the HR world for employers, both union and non-union, by interpreting federal
United States
8 Aug 2019
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Noncompete Reform Continues In New England: Maine, New Hampshire, And Rhode Island All Pass New Laws
Noncompete reform continues to crop up in New England. We previously wrote about comprehensive reform in Massachusetts late last year, and now three more states have passed legislation in recent weeks
United States
25 Jul 2019
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HB 2992: Oregon's Most Recent Attempt To Rein In Restrictive Covenants
In 2016, the White House issued a report that expressed a call to action for noncompetition reform at the state legislative level throughout our nation. Since then, many states have tinkered
United States
18 Jun 2019
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A Company's Facebook Snooping Didn't Prevent Critical Trade Secrets Injunction
Can a former employer's alleged misconduct defeat a request for injunctive relief against former employees when those departing workers take confidential information and clients to another employer?
United States
15 Mar 2019
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A Company's Facebook Snooping Didn't Prevent Critical Trade Secrets Injunction
Can a former employer's alleged misconduct defeat a request for injunctive relief against former employees when those departing workers take confidential information and clients to another employer?
United States
12 Mar 2019
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Autonomous Vehicles Threaten OEM Trade Secrets
As vehicles become increasingly automated, new technology is giving rise to new partnerships.
United States
7 Mar 2019
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Philadelphia Attorneys Author On Changing Legal Landscape For Enforcing Restrictive Covenants In U.S.
With recent activity surrounding requirements for and enforcement of restrictive covenants in U.S. state legislatures, now is a good time for employers to take a fresh look at how they are using non-competes.
United States
18 Feb 2019
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Is Your Physician Pay Data A Trade Secret? Probably Not, Says Recent Court Decision
When a Florida federal court recently rejected a hospital system's attempt to keep its physician compensation data private, despite a claim that the information constituted a trade secret, healthcare employers across the country were sent a strong and clear message that pay data might not be as protected as you think it is.
United States
6 Feb 2019
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Irvine Partner Authors On When Employee Defections Constitute A Data Breach
Incidents of employee defection where an employee takes confidential trade secrets can very quickly escalate into aggressive cease and desist demands ...
United States
14 Nov 2018
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Massachusetts Employers, Non-Compete Reform Is Here!—How Is Your Organization Addressing It?
This is good news for employers, many of which have elected to utilize strong non-solicitation agreements and avoid the additional issues associated with the new law.
United States
7 Nov 2018
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Someone Call A Doctor! This Settlement Agreement Is Bleeding Out
A federal appeals court recently ruled that an overbroad "no-rehire" provision in a settlement agreement with a former employee can be an unlawful restraint of trade under California law.
United States
21 Aug 2018
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The DTSA's Ex Parte Seizure Remedy – Two Years Later
Enacted in May 2016, the federal Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA) created a new remedy that was not available under any state's Uniform Trade Secrets Act (UTSA) – the ex parte civil seizure.
United States
14 Aug 2018
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Illinois Court Confers Another Win For Employees In Non-Solicitation And Trade Secrets Case
In a recent decision, the Northern District of Illinois continued its trend of invalidating employment agreements, this time in regard to a non-solicitation provision it determined to be overbroad.
United States
18 Jul 2018
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A "Crowbar To Get Everything": Motorola v. Hytera And The Issues With Imaging Computers In Discovery
In an interesting 15-page discovery order, Magistrate Judge Jeffrey Cole of the Northern District of Illinois rejected Motorola's attempt to obtain images of the computers of a number of Hytera employees.
United States
5 Jun 2018
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An Ounce Of Prevention Is Worth A Pound Of Cure When It Comes To Protecting Your Trade Secrets
Anyone working in the healthcare industry knows the saying: "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."
United States
3 May 2018
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Fear And Trade Secrets On The Campaign Trail
That should keep us far enough away from exploding fireplaces.
United States
30 Apr 2018
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Don't Worry, Your Secret Is Safe With Me
Many defendants attempt to defend claims for trade secret misappropriation by claiming that they never used or disclosed the information in question. Based on a recent ruling by a federal district court...
United States
18 Apr 2018
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Why Your Company Should Be Using Email Enterprise Vaults, Anti-Deletion Programming And Key Stroke Surveillance Software In The Face Of Growing Cyber Threats And Trade Secrets Theft
Twenty-five years ago most companies' greatest fear of espionage was employee theft at the photocopy machine at 2 in the morning.
United States
6 Apr 2018
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Lessons From The WayMo V. Uber Trade Secrets Trial
Corey Goerdt authored the article "Lessons from the WayMo v. Uber trade Secrets Trial" featured in Law Week Colorado. This article discusses the surprising business partnership ...
United States
22 Mar 2018
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