Trade Secrets and Confidential Information Best Practices at Hiring Checklist

A Checklist outlining steps employers can take at the beginning of the employment relationship to avoid potential claims from former employers for theft of trade secrets and unfair competition, and to protect the new employer's confidential, proprietary and trade secret information.

Conrad S. Kee and Tal A. Kadar, Jackson Lewis PC, with Practical Law Labor & Employment


 

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