Noncompete agreements are often used by companies to keep a competitive edge and prevent key employees from leaving with confidential information and trade secrets, taking customers or clients, and even competing in a narrowly defined geographic region.
In 2011, significant changes in noncompete and trade secret law occurred in Georgia, Colorado, and Texas as well as other states, and there are more changes on the horizon. With the portability of information and data, as well as a growing trend of lawsuits concerning trade secrets and the enforceability of noncompete agreements, it is increasingly important to understand these changes.
During this 60-minute webinar, attorney David Sanders will discuss the latest developments in trade secret and non-compete law.
We will discuss:
- New case law and statutes that affect the enforceability of noncompetes and ability to protect trade secrets
- What changes and evolutions in the law of noncompetes and trade secrets may be ahead?