This week, we introduce Spilling Secrets, a new monthly podcast series on the future of non-compete and trade secrets law.
If you’re hiring from a competitor amid the Great Resignation, one of your top priorities is not getting sued. In our first Spilling Secrets episode, hear about the steps and tactics employers can use to mitigate non-compete and trade secrets litigation risks when hiring from a competitor.
Our all-star panel of attorneys – Pete Steinmeyer, Kate Rigby, Millie Warner, and Erik Weibust – discuss more.
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USA: Employee Monitoring and Regulatory Frameworks for Keylogging Technology
Brian Cesaratto, Chris Taylor
Pay Disclosure Requirements Multiplying Throughout New York and New Jersey
Marc Mandelman, Nancy Gunzenhauser Popper, Kamil Gajda
Proposed South Carolina Abortion Law Includes Harsh Criminal Penalties for Interfering with Whistleblowers, Including by Enforcing Confidentiality Agreements
Trade Secrets & Employee Mobility
Greg Keating, Daniel Green
Warning Signs of a Criminal Investigation: Considerations for In-House Counsel and Corporate Executives in a Post-Roe World
Commercial Litigation Update
Sarah Hall, Elena Quattrone, Zeina Abu-Hijleh
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