Non-compete agreements are widely used by employers in certain industry sectors in China to protect their trade secrets and confidential information.
In China, employers may require the employee to continue to perform the non-compete obligation and pay liquidated damages in accordance with the non-compete agreement after breach occurs.
In the past, however, the following uncertainties could impede the employer from … Continue Reading
Despite the altruistic nature of some non-profits, they too are entitled to trade secret protection. The American Red Cross, a venerable stalwart in the disaster relief sector, recently found itself in the precarious position of seeking trade secret protections in responding to a letter from the New York State Attorney General’s office seeking information on how it spent Hurricane Sandy … Continue Reading
On Tuesday, September 16, 2014 at 12:00 p.m. Central, Seyfarth attorneys, Justin Beyer, Dawn Mertineit and James Yu will present the seventh installment in its series of 2014 Trade Secret Webinars. They will focus on the issues confronting plaintiffs in preparing for and prosecuting trade secret cases as well as the particularities of conducting defensive discovery prior to a trade … Continue Reading