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Sparks Fly in Ninth Circuit’s Nosal II Opinion

USA - August 8 2016 As many loyal TSW readers know, we’ve been watching the ongoing saga involving ex-Korn Ferry recruiter David Nosal wind its way through the courts…

Melanie D. Phillips

Trade Secrets in the Fast Lane - Formula One and the Importance of Trade Secret Protection

United Kingdom - December 23 2015 “For a competition to be friendly, it should be scrupulously fair.” The Formula One world was recently jolted by allegations that a former…

Kayvan Ghaffari

Can you enforce your non-compete clause?

USA - June 28 2012 Employers should take a closer look at non-compete clauses in their employment agreements following the Central District of California’s decision earlier this month in Arkley v. Aon Risk Services Companies, Inc., (Case No. 2:12-cv-01966-DSF-RZ).

Lauri A. Damrell, Byron Lau

Money, money, money: top 10 trade secret verdicts

USA - July 10 2013 Big IP verdicts aren't limited to patent cases. Trade secrets can mean big money, too. Really big. As in multi-, multi-million dollar verdicts. And…

Cam Phan

Rule 23(b) or not to be: Wang v. Chinese news the Ninth Circuit’s latest decision to reevaluate certification after Wal-Mart

USA - March 20 2013 The Ninth Circuit's recent decision in Wang v. Chinese Daily News is the latest to affirm that Wal-Mart v. Dukes is controlling in wage-and-hour…

Andrea L. Brown, Rachel J. Muoio