|Production Date:||December 19 2011|
In today’s competitive business market, the success of a company in Virginia is directly tied to its ability to protect and retain human resources, intellectual property, trade secrets, proprietary information and client relationships. In this CLE program, labor and employment attorney Thomas Murphy teaches Virginia practitioners how to properly draft non-compete and non-disclosure agreements. By reviewing the major developments in Virginia case law, Mr. Murphy explains how to draft terms in the three primary areas of function, geographic scope and duration. He further explains the pitfalls of using boiler plate agreements, and provides useful drafting tips based on the size of a business and the duties of the employee. Virginia employment attorneys should not miss this rare opportunity to benefit from Thomas Murphy’s 30 plus years of experience in protecting the business of his employer clients through successful non-compete and non-disclosure agreements.
I. Business Realities
II. Scope of Restricted Activities
III. Recent Virginia Case Law
IV. Function, Temporal Restriction, and Geographic Scope
V. Drafting Tips
VI. Restrictions on Disclosure
Herbert (Charlotte, NC)
Excellent review of NDA and non-compete rules.
Bethany (Herndon, VA)
Great general overview, very appreciative of the citations.
Joseph (Washington, DC)
Covered the subject matter clearly and effectively.
Christopher (Alexandria, VA)
Nice overview and more detail re caselaw than expected.
Simon (Lake Ridge, VA)
Good seminar. Love the case citations.
Kelly (Chantilly, VA)
Benjamin (Reston, VA)
All speakers should review this for cogency, and the strengths of preparation and organization. A lot of substance in a short amount of time.
Lorenzo (Sterling, VA)
good basic review of noncompetes and fine drafting tips
Brian (Orlando, FL)
informative and substantive
Elizabeth (Clifton, VA)
Lauren (Fairfax, VA)
Very good coverage of topic. Well presented and will be easy to remember.
Richard (Washington, DC)
great speaker, great materials. Highly recommended!
Dave (Richmond, VA)
Great and very practical!
Sarah (Topeka, KS)
Excellent, clear presentation on this important topic. The advice regarding pitfalls to avoid was particularly helpful.
Richard (Alexandria, VA)
Dennis (Charlottesville, VA)
well presented and very current
John (Reston, VA)
Mr. Murphy was excellent, course very helpful
Stacey (Dumfries, VA)
Kenneth (Norfolk, VA)
Joyce (Midlothian, VA)
Very informative and useful.
Donald (Norfolk, VA)
Mr. Murphy was not afraid to give his audience information of a much more intricate nature than other lecturers. i appreciate this and feel that this course presentation exemplifies the level of analysis intended by the CLE codifiers. Thank You