Restrictive Covenants & Trade Secrets

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Our employment lawyers are committed to helping employers protect their legitimate business interests by ensuring the protection against unlawful disclosure and use of an employer’s proprietary information and assets, including client lists and relationships, marketing strategies, financial information, computer programs, and research and development.

Our employment lawyers are committed to helping employers protect their legitimate business interests by ensuring the protection against unlawful disclosure and use of an employer’s proprietary information and assets, including client lists and relationships, marketing strategies, financial information, computer programs, and research and development. Successfully protecting this information requires aggressive action. FMG attorneys work to implement and apply appropriate policies not only to safeguard employer information, but also to demonstrate its confidential nature.

FMG attorneys have years of experience defending and prosecuting trade secret litigation, as well as other time-sensitive matters involving potential confidential information disclosure, customer and employee raiding, and violations of covenants not to solicit customers or covenants not to compete. We work with clients in preparing effective non-disclosure, non-solicitation, and non-competition agreements. Our attorneys also assist clients in conducting audits of their proprietary information to ascertain the types of information afforded protection under the law and what steps employers need to take to gain that protection. We also work with companies to avoid possible liability that may result when companies hire employees with post-employment restrictions on their activities or employees with knowledge of their competitors’ confidential information and trade secrets.

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