Your client informs you that its most valuable employee just resigned and went to work for its chief competitor. Your client is afraid other employees may leave with her, that she may have taken its customer list with her, and that she may have been soliciting customers to follow her to her new employer. What should you do? How can you help? This presentation will give you the answers! It will also provide guidance for lawyers representing clients in the position of the ex-employee and new employer.
I. Gain knowledge of the enforceability of non-competition agreements under current Texas law
II. Grasp the standards for injunctive relief via non-competition agreements or trade secrets theory
III. Sue ex-employees and their new employers for breaches of fiduciary duties
IV. Understand the current status of the controversial "inevitable disclosure" theory
V. Comprehend the enforceability of employee non-solicitation agreements
VI. Protect your client's trade secrets during litigation
VII. Learn about the TUTSA and how it affects litigation of trade secrets cases
VIII. Master the teachings of the Texas Supreme Court's recent decision in Drennen v. Exxon Mobil Corporation
Very informative and well done; the supplements are great, too.
Very helpful for my practice.
Very informative presentation.
very interesting & well presnted
Just what I needed.
Mr. Oberti was an excellent presenter. This seminar was informative. I found the paper and slides informative and helpful. Excellent presentation!
Good summary info
Excellent speaker! --Kennard
Seems like an interesting area of law after listening to this speaker.
Excellent-a lot has changed since I last did a. non-compete/trade secret case-thanks for the update!
Very well presented!
Excellent as always!
Excellent materials provided
Excellent program-- great information, practical application
This was a great presentation.
The speaker was obviously passionate about this topic which made it much more interesting to watch than most webcasts.
Good presentation. I enjoyed the case summaries and exploration of different views from the courts. Thanks.
Excellent presentation and helpful materials.
Informative and good speaker.
Very informative and very well.presented.
Good course. Practical advice covering all perspectives
A great primer on trade secrets in Texas and employees! Enjoyed it.
Very helpful information.
Presentation was concise and very helpful
Great, practical information!!
Best course I have taken on lawline.
Succinct & super informative.