Employee Mobility, Non-Competes and NDAs: Protecting . . .

Employee Mobility, Non-Competes and NDAs: Protecting . . .
Employee Mobility, Non-Competes and NDAs: Protecting Trade Secrets and Customer Relationships in the Pandemic Era

Non-competes have been around nearly forever but are presently viewed pejoratively in the public discourse. Pre-COVID-19, state legislatures were competing to make their jurisdiction the next Silicon Valley by writing new laws around non-competes, thinking California's prohibition was the missing ingredient. The FTC is getting into the act through possible rulemaking. The explosion in employee mobility post-COVID-19 has made the protection of trade secrets and precious customer relationships more fraught than ever. Pre-pandemic, courts were carving out no-go zones for the former employer. Last spring’s mass employment dislocations has increased the risk to employers. This Webinar will examine strategies to consider in these post-COVID-19 times and review recent decisions on injunction applications as well as recent developments in legislative changes to the law around employee mobility. Our speakers are thought leaders on these issues and able help us separate fact from fiction.

Webinars are complimentary.  Please note that the IADC does NOT apply for CLE Credit for its Webinars. However, attendees are welcome to apply for and/or claim credit as their jurisdictions allow. Please contact your state accrediting agency for state-specific requirements and rules.


Although there is no fee to attend, you must register so that the IADC can plan accordingly for the number of interested participants.  You must be logged in with your IADC username and password in order to register.  Each participant must register individually.  If you have never attended an IADC event before, please create a guest account where requested on this page.

We hope that you will join us for this exciting and informative program. If you have any questions, please contact Melisa Maisel Vanis, Director of Professional Development, at mmaisel@iadclaw.org or by telephone at 312.368.1494.
9/23/2020 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

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