Protecting a company's non-compete and trade secret interests can be a daunting task. There are so many things to consider. Here's a list of ten things to keep in mind and some resources to help you take action.
Litigation budgets can be difficult to prepare under the best of circumstances. This is especially true for non-compete cases because judges have remarkably broad discretion when it comes to the procedures they require and because litigation activity is front-loaded. The key is to recognize what parts of non-compete litigation are in a party’s control, and what parts are not, and then to make realistic projections with the understanding that they likely will need frequent updating as the case evolves.