NEW YORK – March 7, 2018 – Labor and employment attorneys from the international law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP recently published a multi-country survey InfoPAK℠ on covenants not to compete through the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC). The survey is a resource for in-house counsel considering utilizing covenants not to compete in order to protect their company’s proprietary information including its trade secrets, intellectual property, and other confidential information.
The InfoPAK℠ provides a comprehensive summary of the law governing covenants not to compete in 14 different countries, including the key statutes, whether consideration is required, whether they are enforceable, and the geographic and time restrictions courts have found to be reasonable. It aids in-house counsel in the advising and drafting of covenants, provides guidance for common contract issues, as well as guides further research by providing references to relevant statutes and case law.
Please click here to access the multi-country survey on covenants not to compete. It is reprinted with permission from Association of Corporate Counsel 2018. All Rights Reserved. www.acc.com. Or, members of the ACC can download the InfoPAKSM on the ACC’s website.
The attorneys who participated in the InfoPAK℠ are Jordan W. Cowman, Kurt A. Kappes, Yuji Ogiwara, Jose Carlos M. de Uriarte, Rob Collier-Wright, and Dorothee von Einem.
In 2015, Greenberg Traurig published a 50-state survey on covenants not to compete, also through the ACC. Members of the ACC can download the InfoPAKSM on the ACC’s website.
Greenberg Traurig’s Global Labor & Employment Practice serves clients from offices throughout the United States, Latin America, Europe, and Asia. Members of the practice have had numerous trial wins and are frequently called upon to handle complex, bet-the-company, and large high-stake cases, including class and collective actions. On the labor side, a leading group of lawyers regularly represents management with labor-relations matters. Labor & Employment team members assist clients with complex employment issues, and design practical, proactive strategies that can be readily implemented by today’s human resources professionals. The practice has been recognized by Law360 as “Practice Group of the Year” for Labor & Employment (2011 and 2013), and has received a regional award from American Lawyer affiliate, Daily Report, for “Litigation Department of the Year” in Georgia (Labor & Employment 2015 and 2017). In addition, the practice is recognized by The Legal 500 United States in the areas of Labor and Employment Litigation, Labor-Management Relations, ERISA Litigation, and Trade Secrets Litigation. Visit Greenberg Traurig’s Labor & Employment Blog for insights and analysis of the latest labor and employment developments, including legislation, regulations, cases, policies, and trends.
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