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Appeals Court Divided On Bad Faith Under Illinois Trade Secrets Act

USA - September 15 2016 In a question of first impression, the Illinois Appellate Court recently addressed what constitutes “bad faith” for purposes of awarding attorneys’...

Yael Spiewak.

Are Courts Still Willing to “Blue Pencil” Overbroad Restrictive Covenants to Make Them Enforceable?

USA - April 25 2016 Restrictive covenant agreements are traditionally governed by state law and thus subject to various jurisdictions' rules regarding enforceability...

Matthew Savage Aibel.

Restrictive Covenants: Do Yours Meet a Changing Landscape?

USA - April 21 2016 Restrictive covenants are an important tool for businesses concerned about the protection of their confidential business information and the costs of...

James A. Goodman, Matthew Savage Aibel, Jennifer O'Connor, David J. Clark, Ted A. Gehring.

Non-Compete Claims in the Age of Remote Employees: Determining Jurisdiction

USA - March 18 2016 With remote access technology becoming standard across industries, companies readily engage a multi-state workforce, with many employees residing...

Matthew Savage Aibel.

Jurisdiction to Pursue Non-Compete Claims in the Age of Remote Employees

USA - March 17 2016 With remote access technology becoming standard across industries, companies readily engage a multi-state workforce, with many employees residing...

Matthew Savage Aibel.