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Quick Reference Guide For Laws Governing Post-Employment Conduct - Fifty States At A Glance

In the first days after a key employee, or any employee with access to a company’s sensitive or proprietary business information, leaves to join a competitor, employers must quickly decide how to respond. In these situations,...more

Twas the Night Before Christmas -- Non-Compete Style

Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the company; A disgruntled employee kept saying “please jump with me.” She was trying to line up a grand, mass departure; Of which she was certain no one could...more

Take 5 Newsletter: An Employer's "Top 5" Action Items for 2014

It's December, and human resources professionals and law departments are reflecting on the issues addressed in 2013 and giving thanks for incident-free holiday parties. But the big question is this: What issues should get...more

Implementing a Trade Secrets Protection Program

In the business world, protection of trade secrets can make the difference between success and failure, or profit and loss. This post seeks to show you how to protect your company’s trade secrets so that in the event one of...more

Oktoberfest Edition! Beer And Trade Secrets

Yes, we know the real Oktoberfest takes place primarily in September, and, yes, this post has nothing to do with Germany or celebrations or even fun. But this time of year presented a good excuse to write about the...more

Employment Newsletter - August 2013: Strong Policies and Vigilance Are Key to Protecting the Confidential Information of...

Unless companies are involved in technology or related products, most do not consider how they are going to protect their confidential information until there is a problem. Problems can arise in very common scenarios, for...more

Remember to Get Key Employment-Related Agreements Signed

In order to protect their valuable business assets, many employers require key employees to sign employment-related agreements such as non-compete, non-disclosure, and non-solicitation agreements....more

Steps To Consider Before Hiring An Employee from A Competitor To Minimize The Likelihood Of Litigation

Hiring an employee away from a competitor can be a potential legal minefield. It can lead to significant exposure to lawsuits for causes of action including misappropriation of trade secrets, claims of tortious interference...more

Bill introduced in New Jersey Legislature would invalidate restrictive covenants for individuals collecting unemployment benefits

Currently pending in the New Jersey State Legislature is a bill that, if passed, would invalidate any covenant, contract or agreement not to compete, not to disclose or not to solicit, entered into by any individual with the...more

Bill Introduced in NJ Assembly to Limit Enforcement of Non-Compete and Non-Solicitation Agreements

A bill introduced in the New Jersey Legislature on April 4, 2013, Assembly Bill 3970, seeks to prohibit enforcement of agreements restricting departing employees from competing, disclosing confidential information, or...more

Protecting Your Intellectual Property

In This Presentation, Ned Sackman, an attorney and member of Bernstein Shur’s Labor and Employment Practice Group, explores ways companies can secure intellectual property using the following tools: • Non-disclosure,...more

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