Lock Down Your IP From Employee Theft Texas-Style: Non-Competes and Business Secrets


Businesses flock to Texas for many reasons. One reason: the strong tools available here to protect your intellectual property, or "IP," from employee theft.

Patent and copyright are fundamental, but what about IP that doesn't fit either mold? Customer data, profit margins and management-level discussions about business strategy all fall into that no-man's land. You don't want your ex-employees carting your secret playbook off to a new job with your direct competitor. The info is IP, but the feds can't help you.

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