This episode covers two hot topics in trade secret and noncompete law, particularly during COVID-19: employee surveillance and protecting legitimate business interests when an employee’s employment is terminated without cause.
This episode is all about level setting: making sure everyone knows what noncompetes and other restrictive covenants are, how they are enforced, how the laws have been changing, and what legislative and regulatory changes we can expect to see on both the state and federal levels in the near future.
This episode is all about level setting: making sure everyone knows what a trade secret is, what you can and cannot do with trade secrets, where the greatest threats to trade secrets lie, how trade secrets are protected, and the laws that apply.
We are pleased to announce Fairly Competing — a show providing in-depth analysis of trade secret law and the law of noncompetes and other restrictive covenants for a broad audience. Whether you’re a business owner, CEO, in-house counsel, HR executive, or other employee, or a new lawyer or advanced practitioner, join your hosts, Ben Fink, John Marsh, and Russell Beck, for a discussion of the latest trends and hot topics, evolving federal and state laws, key developments, and other emerging issues in trade secrets, noncompetes, and employee mobility in today’s knowledge economy.
We will post all episodes on this blog, or you can follow us on Spotify or Apple Podcasts. Or, if you’re just looking for the feed, here it is: https://fairlycompeting.com/category/episode/feed/.
And, because this show is for you, please don’t hesitate to email John, Ben, or me with any topics you’d like to hear us discuss. While we cannot offer legal advice on the show, we can certainly discuss any issues you may be wondering about.