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

When a Restrictive Covenant Dispute Goes Beyond the Injunction Phase

Most restrictive covenant disputes are resolved out of court. However, what about the restrictive covenant disputes that lead not only to litigation but also to litigation beyond the injunction phase? Our all-star panel of attorneys—Peter A. SteinmeyerKatherine G. RigbyA. Millie Warner, and Erik W. Weibust—discuss more.

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