Keep Your Secrets, Secure Your Business
In today's highly mobile and technologically advanced environment, businesses need to be vigilant in protecting their trade secrets and other confidential information. Statutes such as the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act and the Uniform Trade Secrets Act provide some protection against the improper use or disclosure of this sensitive information. However, savvy employers can better protect these assets – and valuable customer relationships – with various contractual provisions, such as noncompetition, nonsolicitation, confidentiality, and garden leave provisions. Learn from two of Saul Ewing's labor and employment attorneys as they discuss the latest developments on these topics during this one-hour interactive webinar.
Catherine E. Walters, a partner and chair of the Employment Counseling Practice, and Emily H. Bensinger, an associate in the Labor, Employment and Employee Benefits Practice, will discuss:
- The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, including prohibited activities and recent court decisions related to this law.
- Garden leave provisions, including how they can be used to pause employment relationships and preserve the application of the duty of loyalty, as well as how American courts view them.
This one-hour webinar will begin at Noon.
To view to a recording of the webinar, please click here..