The Orbison case ordered an employee to forfeit part of his salary for breaching his “fiduciary” duty to his employer. Does that go too far?
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Price undercutting is a common theory in trade secrets litigation. But are prices really trade secrets? Find out the legal standard and some common factual scenarios.
Lawyers tend to make NDAs–Non-Disclosure Agreements–more complicated than they need to be.
Returning company documents is not as simple as it seems.
I did my own little survey to test the issues in the Buc-ee’s trademark infringement trial
You can boil down the practical effect of Texas non-compete law to just seven words.
The “elevator speech” may not be the best way for lawyers–and other professionals–to connect with prospective clients.
The sad saga of the Flaubert orphans and their attempts to require identification of trade secrets in litigation
Business development expert Maria Granovsky provides insight for lawyers who often miss the “gold bricks” right at their feet.