Peter Steinmeyer, Member of the Firm, will present a webinar, "Hiring from a Competitor: Avoid Legal Pitfalls in Existing Non-Compete Agreements."

When hiring from a competitor, your client runs the risk of aggressive blowback and legal pitfalls from potentially infringing on a competitor's trade secrets, customers, and employees. What are your client's risks when hiring employees from a competitor and what are the strategies for minimizing potential litigation? Determine the best course of action if your client is in breach of existing non-compete agreements and how best to protect them before a problem arises.

Topics include:

  • Keys to protect the company & avoid litigation when hiring from a competitor
  • Determine if you're in breach of existing non-competes & restrictive covenants
  • What are the potential claims that a competitor can bring against you?
  • Legal risks and pitfalls when hiring a competitor's employee

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