January 21st, 2019 by Stan Hill at Polsinelli
They are called secrets for a reason, and if you want to keep them so, Stan Hill has four tips for you:
December 3rd, 2018 by Evan Gibbs at Troutman Sanders
Non-competes, specifically for low-wage workers:
Evan Gibbs lays out the risks of using non-compete agreements with unspecialized workers en masse, and maybe the risk of pairing the name "Non-competes" with orange and brown or orange and black (actually, orange and brown is a little bit sad, right?).
October 1st, 2018 by Tina Syring at Cozen O'Connor
Just because you say something is confidential doesn't make it so. And just because an employee believes the information is confidential and thinks they are treating it as such, doesn't mean they are – think airport restaurant and an employee checking in with the office over the phone, including names, numbers and obstacles overcome in a series of sales meetings.
Tina Syring didn't just think it, she encountered it. Here's how she helps make it unencounterable.