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California Non-Compete Agreements

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Choice of Law & Non-Compete Agreements: A Recent Case from Ohio

If you need an Ohio non-compete lawyer, call our office at 954-332-2380. We have relationships with non-compete lawyers in Ohio. Just a few days ago, the Southern District of Ohio issued a decision in a non-compete case that reads like a treatise on non-compete agreements, choice of law and conflicts of law.  Let’s take a … Continue reading

Temporary Software Engineers in California Non-Compete Dispute

A strange case out of California:   A company called Zora Analytics contracted with a company called AnanSys Software for the placement of temporary software engineers.  AnanSys then subcontracted out the job to a company called Cigniti.  AnanSys made Cigniti sign a software consulting agreement, which contained a non-compete/non-disclosure agreement.  Cigniti then assigned one of its … Continue reading

Race to California Courthouse Fails in Recent Non-Compete Dispute

In the world of non-compete litigation, it is well-known that employee non-compete agreements are unenforceable under California law.  As a result, when a non-compete dispute has any ties to California, we often witness the proverbial race to the courthouse.  In essence, the former employee facing the possible lawsuit will seek to file first by bringing … Continue reading

Zynga Adds Rival Kixeye as Defendant in Trade Secrets Case & Kixeye Countersues

The Zynga saga continues.  In October, Zynga – the company that makes popular Facebook games like FarmVille – filed a lawsuit against a former employee, Allan Patmore.  In short, Zynga alleges that Patmore left the company, took a ton of confidential information and trade secrets with him then went to work for a competitor Kixeye.  … Continue reading

Zynga Sues Former Manager Over Theft of CityVille Trade Secrets

In the realm of non-compete and trade secret litigation, there are certain truisms that have stood the test of time.  Among the most basic:  Do not take company files with you.  This is a classic blunder.  You know, like getting involved in a land war in Asia.  It is a bad idea.  When you take … Continue reading

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Need a non-compete or trade secret attorney somewhere other than Florida? I have relationships with non-compete and trade secret attorneys throughout the country. Call my office at 954-332-2380.

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