Non-Compete and Trade Secrets Developments and Trends: A Year in Review and Looking Forward
Issues arising from employees and information moving from one employer to another continue to proliferate and provide fertile ground for legislative action and judicial decisions. Many businesses increasingly feel that their trade secrets or client relationships are under attack by competitors—and even, potentially, by their own employees. Individual workers changing jobs may try to leverage their former employer’s proprietary information or relationships to improve their new employment prospects, or may simply be seeking to pursue their livelihood.
How can you put yourself in the best position to succeed in a constantly developing legal landscape?
Whether you are an employer drafting agreements and policies or in litigation seeking to enforce or avoid them, you will want to know about recent developments and what to expect in this area.
Join Epstein Becker Green attorneys David J. Clark, William Cook, and Aime Dempsey for a webinar providing insights into recent developments and expected trends in the evolving legal landscape of trade secret and non-competition law.
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