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Practice Areas Employment Restrictive Covenants

We offer employers a multi-disciplinary approach to help confront all forms of unfair competition through appropriate agreements and policies. No matter what the client’s particular situation, we bring to bear a wealth of knowledge, experience and practical solutions that make business sense.

By advising clients with respect to preventive strategies that protect their interests in confidential information and customer goodwill, we help clients minimize the risk of unfair competition and maximize their ability to defend against the unlawful appropriation of invaluable assets. When preventive efforts fail, we aggressively litigate claims in forums ranging from state, federal and bankruptcy courts, to securities industry and American Arbitration Association tribunals.

The key to preventing unfair competition is an effective Trade Secret Protection Program that guards against the loss of confidential information, deters employees from unfairly competing, and enhances the employer’s ability to prevail in litigation. Our attorneys have decades of experience advising clients in all aspects of an effective Trade Secret Protection Program, including the following:

  • Drafting non-competition agreements, non-disclosure agreements, assignment of invention agreements and similar documents
  • Preparing executive and individual employment agreements
  • Consulting on electronic information retention and security policies
  • Training employees on policies regarding confidential information, non-competes and other protective measures

Our Restrictive Covenants Practice Group has prosecuted and defended all types of unfair competition claims. We can file or respond to injunction matters on minimal notice in state and federal courts with our team of experienced attorneys knowledgeable about local rules. In addition to injunction proceedings, we represent employers in other workplace unfair competition claims, including theft of trade secrets, employee raiding, breach of fiduciary duty and violations of state unfair competition laws.

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