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Covenants Not to Compete and Trade Secrets

 

Learn to protect your clients' trade secrets and get practical tips for using restrictive covenants and trade secret agreements.

Learn to recognize the many issues involved in protecting your company and clients from trade secret misappropriation and unfair competition, with special emphasis on drafting, using and enforcing noncompetition agreements, nonsolicitation agreements, and confidentiality and nondisclosure agreements. This material provides both an overview and specific principles of law regarding the protection of confidential business information and other competitive business interests through restrictive covenants and trade secret law - two of the fastest growing areas of intellectual property law outside of traditional patent, copyright and trademark concerns. Topics covered include covenants not to compete, nonsolicitation agreements, and confidentiality agreements; multistate drafting and enforcement concerns; the blue penciling doctrine; trade secret identification and misappropriation under the Uniform Trade Secrets Act, the Defend Trade Secrets Act and the common law; developing a trade secret protection program; recent legal developments and much more. This material will also address client counseling strategies and provide numerous tips when applying legal issues to practical situations confronted in this rapidly developing area of law.

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Kenneth P. Carlson, Jr.

Kenneth P. Carlson, Jr.

Constangy Brooks, Smith & Prophete LLP

  • Partner with Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP in Winston-Salem, North Carolina
  • Practice primarily involves employment law and litigation, trade secret and unfair competition law and litigation, drafting employment and noncompetition agreements, FLSA and wage/hour issues, serving as a mediator for cases in those areas of law
  • Consistently named to North Carolina Super Lawyers and Business North Carolina‚Äôs annual Legal Elite for employment law and/or alternative dispute resolution
  • Consistently listed in Best Lawyers in America for employment law and/or alternative dispute resolution
  • Certified mediator with emphasis on mediating employment-related disputes, covenants not to compete and trade secret issues, FLSA and wage/hour issues, and ERISA denial of benefits cases
  • Adjunct professor at Wake Forest University School of Law, including courses on Trade Secrets and Unfair Competition, and Negotiation
  • J.D. degree, Wake Forest University School of Law; M.Div. degree, Yale University
  • Can be contacted at 336-721-6843 or [email protected]
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