Is a restriction on soliciting employees a non-compete subject to a reasonableness requirement?
Need some ideas for your non-compete jury charge?
Failing to offer evidence regarding the reasonableness of the non-compete’s time period is the most common–and fixable–mistake.
Will new changes to the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure make discovery less expensive?
If an employee acquires–but does not use or disclose–an employer’s trade secret, can the employer still sue for “misappropriation”?
In this installment we move from the Sales Territory principle to the Holistic principle.
When the case involves a sales person or other low to mid-level employee, the Sales Territory principle will usually explain why the court found the geographic area reasonable or unreasonable.
How do you submit “misappropriation” to the jury in a Texas trade secrets trial?
A force majeure clause excuses a party from performing a contract when an unexpected event intervenes. But what kind of event?
Texas Supreme Court Says Emails “Subject To” Later Agreement Do Not Establish “Definitive Agreement”
Texas Supreme Court holds in Chalker Energy that emails did not create a definitive agreement required by a “No Obligation” clause