Non-Compete & Confidentiality Agreements in a High-Tech World on Feb. 5th – POSTPONED TO 3/04

Non-compete and confidentiality agreements are often used to protect confidentiality of intellectual property where others might gain a competitive advantage by exploiting a company’s proprietary business information such as customer/client lists, business practices, cost structure, products under development, and/or marketing plans.

Whether you are negotiating your own non-compete and confidentiality agreements with a new company or protecting your business by entering these agreements with your employees, learn what to look for in a legally binding agreement such as reasonable limitations, geographical reach and time period.  D&S attorney Stacey Nakasian covered what legitimate business interests support the enforcement of these agreements, and when agreements go too far. See presentation here.