This week, we bring you our special Spilling Secrets podcast series on the future of non-compete and trade secrets law.

Attention Employers: How to Protect Trade Secrets in California

California has some of the strongest regulations on restrictive covenants. How can employers in the state protect trade secrets and remain in compliance? Epstein Becker Green attorneys Katherine G. Rigby, David Jacobs, and Phillip K. Antablin detail some best practices for California employers.

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NLRB Issues Complaint Against Company for Maintenance and Enforcement of Noncompete and Non-Solicit Provisions
Trade Secrets & Employee Mobility
Erik W. Weibust, Erin E. Schaefer

California Passes the First U.S. Statewide Ban on Caste Discrimination
Workforce Bulletin
Lori A. Medley, Scarlett L. Freeman

California Privacy Protection Agency Public Board Meeting Sheds Light on Upcoming Risk Assessment and Cybersecurity Audit Regulations
Workforce Bulletin
Frances M. Green, Alexander J. Franchilli, Scarlett L. Freeman, Tryphena Liu

Employers, Are Your Employee Non-Solicitation Agreements Still Valid in Georgia?
Trade Secrets & Employee Mobility
David J. Clark

CA Bill Passed to Raise Minimum Wages for Health Care Workers
Wage and Hour Defense Blog
Chelsea Hadaway

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