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Employment Roundtable: Protecting Your Secret Sauce AND Your Chef

February 11, 2016

Protecting Your Secret Sauce AND Your Chef

Companies often want to impose “restrictive covenants” on their employees – agreements designed to limit an employee’s ability to compete after the term of employment ends.  These covenants are used to protect a company’s investment in its employees, to guard confidential information (trade secrets) and to discourage an employee from jumping to a competitor.  How well you – and your attorney – draft such an agreement is directly related to its ultimate enforceability and utility.

Please join us on February 23, 2016 as we discuss the pros and cons of these often-contested agreements.  Merry Campbell, Co-Chair of Shulman Rogers’ Employment Law Group, will provide valuable best-practice advice on:

               – The types of restrictive covenants commonly used by employers

               – How do you enforce them?

               – Factors considered by courts

Event Details

Date:              Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Time:              7:30 am – 8:00 am   Registration and continental breakfast

                        8:00 am – 9:30 am   Program

Place:            The Shulman Rogers Conference Center

                        12505 Park Potomac Avenue  Sixth Floor

                        Potomac, Maryland 20854

Directions:   /contact-Potomac_Rockville.html

      

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 To R.S.V.P. call Kim Woltz at 301-230-6565 ext 5366 or

e-mail kwoltz@shulmanrogers.com by Thursday, February 18, 2016.

There is no charge for the program, but reservations are required as seating is limited.

ATTENDEES ARE ELIGIBLE FOR CREDIT THROUGH  SHRM AND THE HR CERTIFICATION INSTITUTE