Presenter: Suzanne M. Watson, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C. 

A company’s employees, confidential information, business contacts and customers, and competitive business operations are among its most vital assets. So how should, and how can, employers protect these assets from being raided by a former employee? One of the main ways is through restrictive covenant agreements. In this presentation, we will explore the underlying legal concepts in drafting enforceable restrictive covenants, as well as what to do if a former employee violates one of those covenants. We will also explore what it takes to stop an attack on a company’s business assets by a former employee through litigation, while providing real world insight into one of the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s most recent restrictive covenant decisions.  

This program is sponsored by the MBA Civil Law Section and the Labor & Employment Section.

1.0 CLE credits applied for, pending approval by Board of Bar Examiners
60 minutes
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