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Unfair Competition: What Happened In 2018, And What's In Store For 2019
From sweeping legislation to unexpected case law, and everything in between, 2018 brought a lot of changes to unfair competition law.
United States
14 Feb 2019
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Tectonic Shift Affecting Enforcement Of Noncompetition Agreements Emanates From The 2017 Nevada Legislative Session And Passage Of AB 276
During the 2017 Legislative Session, the Nevada Legislature passed AB 276, which was signed into law and made effective on June 3, 2017.
United States
29 Jun 2017
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DOJ And FTC Release Antitrust Guidance For HR Professionals
In addition to knowing the ins and outs of labor and employment law, the federal government and its enforcement entities expect that you have more than a passing familiarity with antitrust law.
United States
14 Nov 2016
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Non-Competes To Stay In Massachusetts…For Now
This morning, Massachusetts woke up to what is becoming a regular occurrence: the legislature was unable to pass a bill limiting the use of non-competition agreements in the Commonwealth, although it...
United States
4 Aug 2016
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Connecticut Law Restricts The Use Of Non-Compete Agreements In Acquisitions And Mergers
On the final day of the most recent Connecticut legislative session, the General Assembly passed a bill titled "An Act Concerning Employer Use of Noncompete Agreements".
United States
5 Jul 2013
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New Connecticut Law Restricts The Use Of Non-Compete Agreements In Acquisitions And Mergers
On the final day of the most recent Connecticut legislative session, the General Assembly passed a bill titled "An Act Concerning Employer Use of Noncompete Agreements".
United States
25 Jun 2013
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Texas May Become 48th State To Adopt The Uniform Trade Secrets Act
Since being approved in 1979, the Uniform Trade Secrets Act has been adopted, in some form or fashion, by 47 states.
United States
21 Mar 2013
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Federal Court Finds Choice Of Law That Permits Blue Penciling Does Not Violate Virginia Public Policy
Non-compete restrictions are creations of state law, which can sometimes vary on key aspects of contract formation, enforceability and the extent to which states will reform or "blue pencil" the language of the restrictions.
United States
29 Jan 2013
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Missouri: True Non-Competition Agreements Are Still Enforceable, But Solicitation Restrictions Must Be Limited To Existing Customers With Whom The Employee Dealt During Employment
The Missouri Supreme Court rarely entertains non-competition cases. In Health Care Services of the Ozarks, Inc. v. Copeland, 198 S.W.3d 604 (Mo. 2006), the court enforced a non-solicitation of customers and a true non-competition agreement.
United States
28 Aug 2012
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California California Supreme Court Rejects Employees Right to Sue for Misappropriated Tips But An Unfair Competition Law Cause of Action Remains August 2010
On August 8, 2010, the California Supreme Court, in Lu v. Hawaiian Gardens Casino, No. S171442, decided that employees do not have a private right of action under Labor Code section 351 to pursue remedies for misappropriated tips.
United States
20 Aug 2010
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Dowell v. Biosense Webster, Inc.: Overly Broad Restrictive Covenants And Questionable Litigation Choices Make For Difficult Outcomes
Continuing the recent flurry of decisions refining the edges of California's general prohibition against post-employment covenants not to compete, the Court of Appeal for the Second District of California issued its opinion in Dean Dowell v. Biosense Webster, Inc., 2009 Cal. App. LEXIS 1860 ("Biosense").
United States
4 Jan 2010
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Tightened Federal Pleading Rules Take Effect: Three Months After The U.S. Supreme Court´s Iqbal Decision
In Ashcroft v. Iqbal, 129 S.Ct. 1937 (2009), a case that initially garnered little attention when it was decided, the United States Supreme Court, emphasized and elaborated on the "plausibility" standard first injected into Rule 8 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure two years earlier in Bell Atlantic Corp. v. Twombly an antitrust case.
United States
19 Aug 2009
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Colorado Court Provides Guidance On Enforceability Of Covenants Not To Compete Against "Management Personnel"
In Colorado, covenants not to compete are void unless they fall within one of four statutorily defined exceptions.
United States
6 Jul 2009
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The Mixed Bag Of “Edwards v. Arthur Anderson”: Narrow Restraints In Non-Competition Agreements Are Not Allowed, Indemnity Rights Are Unwaivable, But Broad Releases Of "Any And All Claims" Are Valid
The California Supreme Court's recent opinion in “Edwards v. Arthur Andersen L.L.P.”, S147190 (Aug. 7, 2008), is a turning point for two distinct bodies of law surrounding the validity of post-employment restrictions, such as covenants not to compete, and the validity of broad, employment-related releases in light of nonwaivable statutory rights.
United States
20 Aug 2008
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Trade Secrets And Former Employees: Memorized Client Lists Can Still Be Protected As A Secret
The Supreme Court of Ohio has ruled that the use of a memorized client list by a former employee can constitute a trade secret violation.
United States
7 Mar 2008
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Competition From Former Employees: Important New Decisions Regarding Enforcement Of, And Challenges To, Noncompete Agreements
Several important covenant not to compete decisions have been issued recently by the U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit, and in the federal district courts within the Sixth Circuit (which includes the states of Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, and Tennessee).
United States
17 Dec 2007
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Across The Board: Changes Are In The Works For Noncompete Agreements
From coast to coast, changes are in progress in state laws governing the enforcement of noncompete agreements and the provisions therein.
United States
6 Aug 2007
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California And Ninth Circuit Competitors Beware—Hiring Away Competitor´s Employees Can Create Exposure For Interference With Contract Claims
Competitors are generally free to pursue the at-will employees of other companies, provided they avoid the misappropriation of trade secrets or other unlawful conduct.
United States
14 May 2007
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Competition From Former Employees: Ohio Appellate Court Clarifies Application Of The "Inevitable Disclosure" Doctrine
A recent court decision in Ohio provides an important new interpretation of the rights, and limitations, that employers may face when key employees leave and begin to compete.
United States
22 Feb 2007
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Sharing Compensation Or Benefit Information Between Competitors May Violate Antitrust Laws
Employers commonly participate in surveys to assist in setting competitive wage rates, salaries, or benefits. With today's tight labor markets, these surveys can be valuable in attracting and retaining employees.
United States
5 Oct 2006
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