Texas has specific statutes and requirements governing the use and enforceability of non-compete agreements and the protection of trade secrets. Non-compete and trade secret issues typically arise during times of emergency. Don’t wait until the proverbial “house is on fire” before creating a plan of action.
Join attorney Ehsan Tabesh from the law firm of Fisher & Phillips as he discusses what employers need to know in order to protect their trade secrets and to enforce non-compete agreements in light of evolving Texas and federal laws governing these issues.
Ehsan Tabesh is an attorney at Fisher & Phillip’s Houston office. He represents employers before state and federal courts and administrative agencies on a variety of labor and employment matters, including claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, leave law violations, breach of non-compete agreements, collective actions under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), theft of trade secrets, and other torts. Ehsan also counsels employers on compliance with federal and state employment statutes and drafts and reviews handbooks, employment policies, and employment contracts and non-compete agreements.
Ehsan obtained his law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law and served as a law clerk to the Honorable Sheri Polster Chappell of the United States District Court of the Middle District of Florida.
This was an area of the law I knew next to nothing about, totally outside anything in my practice area. That made it very interesting and the instructor did as well.
Substantively the most useful one yet.
Very informative and the expert was extremely knowledgeable.
great presentation and speaker
Clear and organized presentation. I liked it.
Relevant to my field
Thank you for this very informative video.
Very helpful info about area I do not practice in but often asked about.
Brilliant analysis and presentation. Very up-to-date.
Great presentation and great powerpoint!
Great to have a program that is specific to Texas law. Thank you.
Very in depth. Good job.
Well done. Nice summary of where we stand.
informative and interesting.
This was excellent.
best law line program yet. wish he had paper with case law
Tried these issues about 25 yrs ago...looks like the process has really become streamlined...nice presentation!
Very Good Program
Very good presentation.
Nice update. Great information and well presented.
excellent coverage by a very good speaker
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