Price: $515 Book
Meet The Authors
Employees are one of the most important assets in the success of almost any business, but they can also be a source of some of the most damaging unfair competition and intellectual property loss a company experiences. Unfair Competition and Intellectual Property Protection in Employment Law: Contract Solutions and Litigation Guide provides a one-volume, easy to use reference for the attorney tasked with providing contract and policy advice, and for trial attorneys litigating unfair competition cases.
The most comprehensive resource available on the subject, this title covers the law across the full scope of unfair competition. It provides contract drafting advice, with examples for over a dozen different types of contracts; practical implementation and litigation avoidance advice; and litigation advice and tactics. It also covers protection concepts; basic law, policy, and contract options; hiring safely from a competitor; sale of the business; mergers and acquisitions; causes of action; unique evidence issues; and trial considerations.
Helpful checklists cover subjects like "How to Hire Safely From a Competitor" and "Key Contract Enforcement Assessment Questions."
SUMMARY OF CONTENTS
Part I - Preliminary Considerations
Part II - Contract Solutions
Part III - Litigation Guide
"Scott McDonald and Jacqueline Johnson have long been considered by their colleagues as experts on the law of employees and unfair competition. Their expertise includes both the prevention of such issues and the litigation of them when they inevitably arise. Their new guide provides their fellow practitioners with a comprehensive guide on all aspects of employment law and the protection of intellectual property. It is essential for every employment lawyer."
Board Certified, Labor and Employment Law, Texas Board of Legal Specialization
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