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Despite Evidence That Ex-Employee Violated Customer Non-Solicitation Covenant, Injunction Denied Because No “Irreparable” Harm

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Touzot was an employee of ROM, a seller of products used in making balsa wood model planes and boats. His employment agreement included a post-termination customer non-solicitation covenant. After he left ROM, he became a...more

Five Questions to Consider Before Seeking to Restrain a Former Employee from Engaging in Competitive Activity

by Snell & Wilmer on

Determining whether to enforce a restrictive covenant or confidentiality agreement against a former employee requires the careful consideration of legal, economic and practical considerations. Here are five questions an...more

Ten Questions To Ask Your Client When Defending Against Efforts To Enforce A Restrictive Covenant Or Confidentiality Agreement

by Snell & Wilmer on

There are few circumstances in the practice of law that require more quick thinking and improvisation than defending a client at a temporary restraining order (“TRO”) hearing mere hours after meeting them for the first time....more

Ten Questions To Ask Your Client Before Seeking To Enforce A Restrictive Covenant Or Confidentiality Agreement

by Snell & Wilmer on

The phone rings on a Wednesday afternoon. In a panic, your longtime client explains that a hotshot employee has unexpectedly fled to a competitor a few months before the launch of a top secret new product. The client is...more

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