Wednesday, May 28, 2014
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm ET
Employers have long required employees to sign agreements designed to preserve confidentiality, safeguard trade secrets, protect customer relationships and goodwill, and restrict competition. To strike the right balance of restrictiveness and protection, it is important that attorneys understand how such agreements should be crafted at the outset, taking into account California’s unique statute as well as the law in other jurisdictions.
Our panel will offer drafting tips that address both employer and employee concerns relative to noncompetition, nonsolicitation, and other restrictive covenants.
Learn what considerations are important to assess in the initial drafting phase to increase enforceability as well as predictability in the event of litigation. Attendees will also get a valuable perspective from in-house counsel courtesy of Jeff Lambert, Vice President, Legal Affairs at The Active Network.
- Common drafting pitfalls and oversights
- When should an employer require that a current employee sign a revised noncompete?
- Noncompetes in the context of a severance agreement
- Enforceability concerns
- Ask the Panelists – Q&A Session
Bret Cohen, Member, Employee Mobility, Noncompetes & Trade Secrets Practice
Mitch Danzig, Member, Employee Mobility, Noncompetes & Trade Secrets Practice
Jeff Lambert, Vice President, Legal Affairs, The Active Network
We hope you will join us for this informative webinar.