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A recent medical device case shows that an employer could lose the benefit of a forum-selection clause by failing to sue its former employee along with the new employer at the outset of the case. Unfortunately, in this case, the decision not to do so had dire consequences for the employer.

The White House’s recent “Call to Action” for non-compete reform may have been undermined by the recent election of Donald Trump, but what about at the state level?

Three years ago, we addressed the question of why college football programs do not use non-compete restrictions to prevent coaches from moving to direct rivals. At the time, we mentioned the fact that Arkansas was a program that had utilized a non-compete restriction with its then-current coach, Bobby Petrino:

In fact, a notable example of a college coach who does indeed have a non-compete restriction - Arkansas' Bobby Petrino - establishes the limits ...

This post discusses how to protect your company’s trade secrets so that in the event of employee misappropriation, you will be in the best possible position to succeed in litigation. This post provides guidance on how to implement a proactive corporate program to protect trade secrets from improper and unauthorized access or disclosure, and discusses the forensic steps you can take to catch an employee stealing your company’s trade secrets.

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