Smooth Transitions

Smooth Transitions

addressing the Legal issues arising from the departure of employees & Business breakups

Category Archives: Confidentiality

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Don’t Steal My Employees When You Quit – the Anti-Raid Provision

Posted in Anti-Raid, Confidentiality, Non-Compete Agreements, Non-Solicitation Agreements, Trade Secrets, Uncategorized
  The usual gamut of post-employment covenants includes non-compete restrictions, non-solicitation of customer restrictions, confidentiality restrictions, and in many cases the anti-raid provision designed to keep a departing employee from hiring away a former employer’s employees and contractors.  The anti-raid is not always given a lot of thought, but it should be.  Why?  Because when… Continue Reading

Top 10 From Texas Non-Compete Camp

Posted in Arbitration, Confidentiality, Non-Compete Agreements, Non-Solicitation Agreements, Presentations, Trade Secrets, Trial and Pre-Trial Procedure
Last week I had the privilege of speaking and attending the Texas Non-Compete Camp put on by UT LAW CLE and Mike Maslanka.  There were a number of great lawyers there addressing topics ranging from whether to sue the new employer of a former employee to ethical considerations of representing both the employee and employer.… Continue Reading
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