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Employment/Labor Law
Effective Use Of Employee Restrictive Covenants 3.25 North Carolina General Credits

In this November 3, 2017 3.3-hour presentation, Michael J. Hutter, Esquire, provides a useful explanation of how to use employee restrictive covenants to protect a business's confidential information including non-competition and non-solicitation covenants. He is a Professor of Law at Albany Law School, Albany, New York, where his courses include restrictive covenants, and is also Special Counsel to the Albany, NY law firm of Powers & Santola, LLP.

Major topics include:
The "Problem"
- "faithless" departing employees; protecting against theft and unauthorized disclosure by them
- emerging and emerged concerns about restrictive covenants
Restrictive Covenants: Non-Competition And Non-Solicitation
- extensive law; enforceability
Initial In-House Steps
Negotiation Of The Covenant
Drafting The Covenant
- definitions
- "blue pencil"
- reasonableness of length, geography, etc.
- "savings" clause
- choice of forum and law clauses
- assignability clause
- tolling and termination clauses
- employee choice doctrine; arbitration clause
Illustrative Cases
Enforcement Program
- during employment
- termination of employment
Enforcement Litigation
Other Covenants
- not to raid
- not to disclose
- not to hire or "poach"
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AK 3.25 General Credits
AZ 3.25 General Credits
CA 3.25 General Credits
CO 4 General Credits, Course ID 782476, Expires 2021-12-31
CT 3.3 General Credits
DE 3.3 General Credits, Expires 2019-11-02
FL 4 General inc. 4 Business Litigation Cert. Credits, Course #1904002N, Expires 2020-12-31
GA 3 General Credits, Expires 2020-12-31
IL 3.25 General Credits, PCAM Course ID 401333
IN 3.3 General Credits, Expires 2019-12-31
KY 3.25 General Credits, Expires 2019-06-30
LA 3.3 General Credits, Expires 2018-12-17
ME 3.33 General Credits, Expires 2019-11-02
MO 4 General Credits
MT 3.25 General Credits
NV 3 General Credits, Course #31626, Expires 2020-12-31
NJ 4 General Credits
NM 3.3 General Credits, Recorded 11/3/17
NY 4 Professional Practice Credits(attorneys seeking NY credit must ALWAYS place their orders from the New York page)
NC 3.25 General Credits, Expires 2020-12-31
OH 3.25 General Credits, Expires 2019-12-31
OR 3.25 General Credits
PA 3 General Credits
TN 3.33 General Credits, Expires 2020-11-30
TX 3.25 General Credits, Expires 2018-11-30
UT 3 General Credits, Expires 2019-12-31
VT 3.25 General Credits, Expires 2019-11-02
VA 3.5 General Credits, Expires 2019-10-31
WA 3.25 Law & Legal Procedure Credits Activity ID #1053432
WV 4 General Credits

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