Posts Tagged ‘non-solicitation’

The Need for Speed: Ruling offers guidance for companies seeking injunctions to protect trade secrets

Customers, trade secrets, and proprietary information are the lifeblood of any company. For this reason, companies routinely have employees sign confidentiality agreements and, to the extent they are enforceable, non-solicitation and non-competition agreements. There is often a race to the courthouse to get an injunction when there is a threat of a former employee misappropriating…

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Appeals court continues narrow interpretation of Oklahoma’s non‑solicitation statute

Dealing with departing employees can be tricky. That’s why many companies require certain employees — particularly those with access to confidential or proprietary company information or customers — to sign written agreements that prohibit them from engaging in various acts of unfair competition after they leave the company. While Oklahoma law looks favorably on confidentiality…

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