Key Issues When Employees Leave to Compete: Plaintiff & Defense Perspectives *** 50% OFF

Legal Area:        Labor Employment Litigation Civil Appellate Trial
Total Credit Hours:        1.50
Ethics Credit Included:        0.00
Registration Fee:        $38.00
Course Materials:        textaudiovideo
Session END DATE:        05/31/2019
Information:        ONLY $19 Code: SAVE50

** available at any time of day and in time increments convenient to you through date referenced above **, together with the Houston Bar Association (HBA), are pleased to present a special online CLE program in the area of labor and employment law. There are recurring legal issues that tend to come up when an employee or group of employees leaves a company to work for a competitor. Can the employer enforce a non-compete agreement? Do the employees have a fiduciary duty not to make preparations to compete? And don't forget about spoliation of evidence. Whether you represent the employer, the employee, or the competitor, you will learn what you need to know about these and other key issues in this comprehensive CLE seminar. This course features streaming video and audio (as well as downloadable MP3 audio) presentations from a live CLE seminar on this topic that was originally conducted by the Houston Bar Association (HBA) on November 13, 2015. You can access this presentation on demand at any time during the course of the seminar session.

Some of the subjects to be discussed during this course include:

  • Can An Employer Enforce a Non-compete Agreement?

  • Impact of New Trade Secrets Statute

  • Do Employees Have a Fiduciary Duty Not to Make Preparations to Compete?

  • Spoliation of Evidence

The speakers for this course are:

Zach Wolfe, who is an attorney with the firm of Fleckman & McGlynn, PLLC in Houston. An extensive biography for Mr. Wolfe may be found at his firm's website.

Madison Hagopian, who is an attorney with the firm of Sponsel Miller Greenberg PLLC in Houston. An extensive biography for Mr. Hagopian may be found at his firm's website.


This course is approved for credit by the MCLE Committees of the STATE BAR OF TEXAS and the STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA (MCLE Provider #8648).
These are not self-study credits, but rather 'participatory' credits as you would receive for attending a traditional, live CLE seminar.

In addition, regular CLE credits for this seminar may also be available in a number of other states through CLE Reciprocity, such as FLORIDA, or as an "Approved Jurisdiction", such as TENNESSEE.  Please check with the Tennessee State Bar for accreditation information.

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