What happens when a key executive or employee with substantial interaction with the company’s key clients abruptly resigns, takes a job with your main competitor, and starts targeting your clients and employees with complete disregard for his/her agreement not to compete with you?
Join attorneys Alexandra Kamenetsky Shea and Maryann Stallone for an interactive discussion with our experienced litigators, who will provide you with key insights into all aspects of a restrictive covenant litigation, including what agreements are more likely to be enforced and what type of evidence it takes to convince a Court to grant you the type of emergency legal relief you may need to protect your business.
Maryann Stallone is a Partner in Tannenbaum Helpern's Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice. She advises clients on complex business disputes in the state and federal courts of New York, arbitrations and alternate dispute resolution forums. Maryann has handled cases involving securities fraud, breach of contract and business torts, including unfair competition, employment discrimination, infringement of intellectual property and professional malpractice. She has served clients in the hedge fund, private equity, REIT, law firm, accounting, dental, media and staffing industries.
Her litigation experience includes representing an investment advisor in connection with the Picard v. Katz clawback action, a prestigious law firm and a national accounting firm in connection with the defense of professional malpractice actions, and a global communication company and a private equity firm in connection with their breach of contract and restrictive covenant enforcement claims. Maryann co-writes the monthly Attorney Professionalism Forum in the NYSBA Journal and has been selected as a Rising Star by Super Lawyers from 2014-2016 and has been included in the Super Lawyers Women's Edition for 2016.
Alexandra Kamenetsky Shea is an Associate in the Tannenbaum Helpern’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice, which litigates a broad range of complex commercial litigation matters in both state and federal courts. Alexandra assists clients in all aspects of litigation, from pre-suit investigation through mediation or trial. She counsels clients on complex commercial disputes involving, breach of contract, securities, fraud, employment disputes and various business torts, including unfair competition and breach of restrictive covenants. Alexandra advises clients in a variety of industries including real estate, construction, staffing and finance and contributes frequently to the monthly Attorney Professionalism Forum in the NYSBA Journal addressing various ethical issues faced by attorneys.
Prior to joining Tannenbaum Helpern, Alexandra was an associate at a national law firm, handling litigation matters in New York and New Jersey, in state and federal courts. At her prior firm, she was an active member of the firm’s commercial litigation and products liability practice groups focusing on defense of casualty claims, commercial litigation, and class action defense. Alexandra has significant experience working with clients in the elevator and escalator industry.
Following her graduation from law school, Alexandra served as the law clerk to the Honorable Charles E. Powers, Jr., J.S.C, in the New Jersey Superior Court, Civil Division.
Very informative and well presented. Both speakers worked well together as they presented the information.
Explained very thoroughly.
Well presented and informative
Excellent program, the conversational approach was very accessible and made it much more interesting. Also the hypothetical analysis.
Excellent and helpful discussions of the factors and considerations for drafting, reviewing and litigating non-compete agreements.
I have found that all Lawline classes are good but this one was really really well-presented.
good interplay between the two presenters ;on this topic
i like the 2 presenter format
Well done and very thorough!