|Faculty:||Gary Glaser, David Monachino|
|Production Date:||July 1, 2010|
|Practice Areas:||Contract Law, Employment Contracts and Termination, Employment Law, Entrepreneurship, Federal Tax, Intellectual Property Law, Management Advisory Services|
In light of the tumultuous state of the job market and the high rate of employee turnover, protecting trade secrets has become more important than ever. In this timely and compelling program, labor and employment law specialists Gary Glaser and David Monachino discuss the practical impact of the current economic and judicial climate on the protection of trade secrets and the enforcement of restrictive covenants. Mr. Glaser and Mr. Monachino suggest reasonable efforts firms can make to maintain secrecy and protect client relationships when employees resign or are let go, such as deleting passwords and retrieving customer lists and company-issued PDAs. In addition, Mr. Glaser and Mr. Monachino highlight current trends in cases concerning trade secret protection for confidential client information by examining several recent court decisions. This is an excellent presentation for attorneys seeking guidance on how to negotiate and draft non-disclosure agreements and maintain detailed and factual records of employee conduct with regard to theft of trade secrets.
I. Understanding of how restrictive covenants work.
II. Comprehend what constitutes a trade secret.
III. Evaluate the best way to maintain a trade secret.
IV. Foresee the process of enforcing non-compete agreements.
V. Explain the different aspects of trade secrets.
VI. Know what activities are regulated under post termination obligations.
Instructional Method: Self-Study
Philip (Woodbridge, VA)
Great presentation - the two speaker played off each other very well. Alternating between case law and personal experience kept it interesting.
Bruce (Richmond, VA)
Very good course
Kathryn (Williamsburg, VA)
David (Lynchburg, VA)
Rafael (New York, NY)
Excellent speakers. Very useful material.
Richard (Vienna, VA)
Good program, with good practice and pleading tips. Well done.
Richard (CARLE PLACE, NY)
best organized and presented course
David (New York, NY)
Very good course
Michael (Spicewood, TX)
Vicki (Dallas, TX)
Comments about social media were especially interesting
Lex (Portland, OR)
David (Houston, TX)
Very good course on the subject matter for people who do not practice in this area full time.
John (New York, NY)
One of the best lawline courses I've ever listened to.
Greg (San Jose, CA)
Great interaction between the 2 speakers.
Dane (new york, NY)
Interesting case analyses.
Neil (Naples, FL)
Jason (Hasting-on-Hudson, NY)
I was very pleased to see the audience questions read out loud and displayed on the slides. It made the presentation easier to follow.
Brenda (Corona Del Mar, CA)
GREAT COURSE. NEED MORE COURSE LIKE THIS ONE.
Alan (Alexandria, VA)
Very interesting and comprehensive treatment of how courts tend to deal with restrictive covenants. The speakers provided very practical approaches to dealing with litigation in this area, both bringing suit and defending.
Harold (upper montclair, NJ)
Excellent all the way around...very enjoyable and professional even for practioners who are quite experienced...Congrats.
Sara (Denver, CO)
Interesting. Live format is good/
Sam (Salem, OR)
Patrick (Miami Lakes, FL)
Very relevant and highly informative, with reference to many current cases.
Douglas (Downers Grove, IL)
Extaordinary teachers, content and course
Margo (Tampa, FL)
This was an excellent program, highly recommend it.
Brad (Bend, OR)
very good practical guidance
William (Jacksonville, FL)
Great course, especially for those eaely in a career in this kind of corporate/labor law.
Charles (New York, NY)
Good, lively discussion.
Carolyne (Larchmont, NY)
Good speakers. Alot of good information on relevant cases.
Deborah (Hillsborough, NJ)
Very interesting and relevant. Good speakers.
Henry (Oak Brook, IL)
Great update, practical tips
Steven (Ponte Vedra Beach, FL)
Very informative and interesting presentation on the subject.
Michael (Bloomingdale, IL)
Excellent, thorough presentation. Very informative.
Lori (new york, NY)
excellent course and great speakers!
Harry (Springfield, VA)
benjamin (Jacksonville, FL)
Elizabeth (Chicago, IL)
Now that trade secret and non-compete agreements are showing up in more and more areas, from medical practices to manufacturing to business planning, knowing how to approach the violation of employment agreements is critical. There is lots that is worthwhile here. As new statutes or amended acts, are being adopted in many states, an update in these times would also be appreciated. Thanks.
Robert (Frisco, TX)
Charles (Clayton, TX)
Answered quite a few questions I had concerning the state of the law with regard to confidentiality agreements, restrictive covenants and trade secrets.
Eric (Vero Beach, FL)
Gary and David did a great job presenting a lively, and an easy to view and listen to course.
Jett (San Ramon, CA)
Very good program. Excellent coverage of a timely and sensitive subject matter. Kudos to Messrs. Glaser and Monachino.
James (Fairfax Station, VA)
Matthew (Arlington, VA)
One of the best I have watched.
Bill (Tyler, AL)
mostly NY law, but still well presented.
Susan (Marble Rock, IA)
A little New York centric but helpful and clear.
Carol (White Plains, NY)
very thorough review of this area of the law
Todd (Greensboro, NC)
Morgen (Chatham, NY)
Richard (Armonk, NY)
gerald (Chicago, IL)
These speakers were very well versedin the law of their jurisdiction, but I found the prsentation to be too locally focused.
Jeffrey (New York, NY)
Very thorough presentation.
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