Alan Bush often speaks at seminars for business leaders—such as line executives, finance executives, human resource professionals, CPA’s and lawyers. You can hear Alan at:
The Woodlands Chamber | Annual Employment Law Update
HR Meets CSI: Nothing Up My Sleeve, But Hands Off My Thumb Drive
October 21, 2011
Ex-employees may take your company’s business secrets to competitors, cutting into your competitive edge. Studies show that roughly 60% of departing employees take your data to use on their next job. Most of that data is probably proprietary. If it isn’t valuable, why take it? Lock down your secret playbook with non-compete agreements and solid HR countermeasures.
- Learn how the Texas Supreme Court, in Marsh v. Cook, just gave companies a new arsenal to enforce non-compete and non-solicit agreements.
- Consider what’s in your company’s secret playbook—like financials, product design, customer information, margins or upcoming product and market launches.
- See how non-compete, non-solicit and non-disclosure agreements keep your secret playbook out of your competitors’ hands.
- Even without an enforceable non-compete, enlist paperless claims to protect your secret playbook by implementing simple security measures.
When: 9a – 4p (full conference)
Where: Marriott—The Woodlands Waterway
RSVP: ELU Information (page 3)