P.J. Kee is an associate in the firm's Labor & Employment Practice Group and a member of the Trade Secret Non-Compete Team. His practice focuses on protecting clients from—as well as defending clients against alleged—trade secret theft, computer fraud and abuse, unfair competition, conspiracies, and non-compete violations. He regularly litigates cases involving these disputes in both state and federal courts, and has been on trial teams that have not only successfully obtained and fended off injunctions, but also prevailed on the merits at trial. Recently, he was part of a trial team that secured a complete victory in federal court on non-compete and trade secret claims, where the plaintiff sought more than $162,000,000 in damages and received nothing. When not litigating, Mr. Kee actively counsels clients on strategies to protect their trade secrets and confidential information and on ways to avoid potential liability when hiring key personnel from a competitor.
Articles in the National Law Review database by P.J. Kee