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Is Illinois The New California For Employers?

USA - July 17 2019 California is known as one of the most progressive, pro-employee states in the country. But if the last several months are any indication, Illinois is…

Goli Rahimi

The Delicate Nuances In New State Noncompete Laws

USA - January 7 2020 Going into 2020, employers should be mindful of several new state laws aimed at limiting the enforceability of noncompete agreements against low-wage…

Andrew (Andy) Boling, William (Bill) F. Dugan

North America: Does inclusion of ‘ideas’ and ‘know how’ in Confidential Information and Invention Assignment Agreements constitute an unenforceable non-compete under California law?

USA - November 20 2020 Bradford Newman, Anne Kelts Assayag, Colton Long discuss the former employees assertion that by classifying their ‘know-how,’ ‘ideas,’ and any…

Anne Kelts Assayag, Bradford Newman

North America: Does inclusion of 'ideas' and 'know how' in Confidential Information and Invention Assignment Agreements constitute an unenforceable non-compete under California law?

USA - October 14 2020 The North America Trade Secrets Practice discusses a novel argument asserted by two defendants in an ongoing trade secret misappropriation…

Anne Kelts Assayag, Bradford Newman

NLRB Rules That Employers May Lawfully Ban Nonemployee Union Activity Publicly-Accessible Areas

USA - July 23 2019 Historically employers could not restrict labor organizing activity in employer-owned, publicly accessible spaces. But, last month, in UPMC…

Douglas Darch