The Fifth Circuit cautions that a company must provide more than mere speculation to proceed on claims that a former employee breached her non-solicitation agreement and misappropriated trade secrets.
The Board has reinstated the prior test for joint employment that requires actual, direct, and immediate control and rejected the standard allowing for reserved or indirect control.
Tenth Circuit holds that a company seeking a preliminary injunction in a trade secrets case must show irreparable harm to obtain the injunction.
While enactment remains far off, Congress has taken a significant step toward overturning the NLRB’s Browning-Ferris decision with this new bill.
WHITE PAPER: What executives and high level employees should know in order to avoid liability and maintain business relationships before they move from one employer to another.