Is My Non-Compete Agreement Enforceable?: A Texas Practitioner's Guide to Non-Competes and Protecting Trade Secrets
Created on June 26, 2017
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.
- Understand the enforceability of non-competition and non-solicitation agreements under Texas law
- Discuss the federal Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 and how it intersects with Texas trade secrets law
- Review the benefits and disadvantages of relief available to prevent or remedy the theft of trade secrets or breach of non-competes and non-solicit agreements
- Survey recent developments in Texas law governing non-compete, non-solicit, and trade secret claims
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