//
archives

Jonathan Pollard Attorney

This tag is associated with 3 posts

WeWork Runs Scared, Drops Abusive Non-Competes After State AG Threat

In a turn of events that should surprise no one, the bro-ed out start-up WeWork has caught heat for abusing employee non-compete agreements. That’s right. While holding itself as new wave, disruptive, and collaborative, WeWork has simultaneously required every single one of its 7,500 employees to sign an agreement containing a non-compete provision. This includes … Continue reading

Waymo Struggling in Trade Secret Fight v. Uber

To sum up the latest chapter of the Waymo v. Uber trade secret litigation: Waymo basically embarrasses itself.  Uber pretty much wins. Let’s take a look: Waymo / Uber Background Waymo is a technology company focused on self-driving cars. It’s a Google spin-off.  Uber is, well, Uber. Anthony Levandowski (“AL”) was one of Waymo’s star engineers. … Continue reading

Eighth Circuit Weighs in on Assignment of Non-Competes

A recent case out of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit raises some interesting issues related to assignment of employee non-compete agreements.  Let’s take a look: Brandon Tipton, Michael Gilbert and Steven Padgett all worked for Treadway Electric Company in Arkansas.  Treadway was a distributor of electrical supplies and equipment. As … Continue reading

Archives