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Hidden Pitfalls of Old Non-Compete Provisions

Posted in Trade Secrets

Companies and employers around the country seek to protect their intellectual property by, among other things, using non-compete provisions in employment agreements. Generally, these provisions are intended to prevent an employee from soliciting or doing business with a former employer’s customer/clients over a set period of time and/or in regard to a set geographical area…. Continue Reading

At Least the Court Didn’t Blow This Call . . . Thoughts on the Oklahoma City High School Football Case

Posted in Legal Info

It’s not exactly a decision in the intellectual property sphere, but a recent ruling by a judge in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma related to a botched call in a high school football game deserves to be called-out for praise. That case involved a quarterfinal footballgame of a high school league tournament in Oklahoma City. Frederick A…. Continue Reading