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

Trade Secrets on Film and TV

The 2023 Academy Awards are over, but we’re keeping the awards season alive with our very own Trade Secrets Fail Awards, highlighting Hollywood’s biggest missteps in depicting trade secret issues on-screen. Panelists Peter A. Steinmeyer, Katherine G. Rigby, A. Millie Warner, and Daniel R. Levy discuss their picks for the worst trade secret theft and misappropriation in the movies and on television.

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Michigan Becomes 24th State to Protect LGBQT+ Employees Under Civil Rights Law
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Adam S. Forman, Angel A. Perez

California Appellate Court Affirms the Denial of Waiting Time and Wage Statement Penalties Given Employer’s Good Faith Dispute
Wage and Hour Defense Blog
Chelsea Hadaway

Updated EEOC Guidance Highlights ADA’s Impact on Employees with Hearing Disabilities
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Shira M. Blank, Tammy Tran

Questions Remain About Anticipated Proposed Overtime Rule
SHRM
Jeffrey H. Ruzal cited

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