|Production Date:||April 5 2012|
In Virginia, non-competition agreements are governed by common law principles and are unenforceable if not limited to protect a legitimate business interest. Join Virginia attorney Lauren Ellerman as she discusses the ins and outs of these complex agreements, and provide viewers with tips and tactics for beating Virginia non-compete contracts. The presenter will furnish practical advice on various scenarios, such as when a client receives a cease and desist letter, or when a client has been sued for allegedly violating a non-compete agreement. Other topics of discussion will include declaratory judgment, evidentiary issues, and non-contractual duties such as tortious interference of contract and the fiduciary duty of loyalty. After viewing this presentation, Virginia attorneys will be equipped with everything they need to know to help their clients beat their non-competition agreements.
I. Introduction to Virginia Non-Compete Agreements
II. Common Law Provisions Governing Non-Compete Agreements
III. Practical Advice – Client Needs Review
IV. Practical Advice – Client Has Received Cease & Desist Letter
V. Practical Advice – Client Has Been Sued
VI. Other Issues
Carrol (Roanoke, VA)
Great speaker. Very informative. Good examples.
Caitlin (Washington , DC)
Kristin (Arlington, VA)
Very good speaker. Well presented topic with good amount of detail.
Corinne (Virginia Beach, VA)
Very informative and interesting.
Maury (Vienna, VA)
Excellent presentation. I hope Lauren Ellerman does more online seminars in the future.
Shannon (Reston, VA)
Perhaps the best CLE I have every watched...clear and to the point and she is a fabulous speaker.
James (Alexandria, VA)
The speaker was great. Very knowledgeable about the subject matter. Made the presentationv very interesting.
William (Washington, DC)
Excellent presentation! Very informative.
Kevin (Auburn Hills, MI)
Excellent on substance and presentation.
Robert J. (Great Falls, VA)
She was fabulous. Very informative and interesting too.
Michael (Fairfax, VA)
I thought the speaker did an excellent job covering the material
christel (harrisonburg, VA)
Very relevant for employers attorneys as well.
BARBARA (NORFOLK, VA)
Stephen (Fairfax, VA)
Excellent in substance and detail.
Ronald (Haymarket, VA)
Great Job by the Faculty, Lauren Ellerman
Alicia (Lexington, KY)
The presenter was amazing. She made what could be a dull topic extremely exciting. I loved her presentation style and feel like I learned a lot.
David (Arlington, VA)
Lauren is very effective and practical in her approach. This was an excellent course.
Elizabeth (Haymarket, VA)
Eric (Washington, DC)
Ms. Ellerman was engaging and learned, but plain-spoken. Great job!
Cynthia (Arlington, VA)
She did a great job! Timely and useful.
Judson (Richmond, VA)
Stellar!! Laura had so much energy and zip and offered so many practical scenarios. And I thought this was going to be a snoozer! Too much Laura!
Lawrence (Washington, DC)
A solid presentation of valuable material. Thank you.
Evan (Sterling, VA)
Excellent presentation! Very informative
Jason (North Chesterfield, VA)
Very straightforward and well-spoken.
June (Rockville, MD)
Gregory (McLean, VA)
Excellent presentation. Concise and on point.
Scott (Chantilly, VA)
Really well put-together, good speaking presentation and a good, solid PDF.