Non-Compete Agreement Litigation Strategies
Leveraging Trial Techniques, Identifying Causes of Action, Preparing for Defense Theories and Counterclaims
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide employment counsel with tools to navigate fast-paced, high stakes non-compete litigation. The panel will review trial preparation and litigation techniques, identification of successful causes of action, and preparation for defense theories and counterclaims.
- Pre-trial considerations
- Investigating and gathering evidence
- Assessing agreement validity
- Choice of law
- Trial techniques
- Causes of action
- Defense theories
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What considerations should be made in deciding whether to bring an action for breach of a non-compete covenant?
- What strategies should be undertaken in preparation for trial?
- What are the most successful causes of action in a non-compete lawsuit?
- What are the potential defenses and counterclaims that may be brought?
Andrew (Andy) Boling
Baker & McKenzie
Mr. Boling represents employers and management in various cross-border employment and labor matters. He has represented... | Read More
Mr. Boling represents employers and management in various cross-border employment and labor matters. He has represented companies in litigation involving state and federal employment discrimination laws, wrongful discharge, individual employment contracts, employee disloyalty, compensation and commission disputes, and work-related tort claims. Mr. Boling has also written and lectured extensively on employment law issues.Close
R. Scott Oswald
The Employment Law Group
With more than three dozen trials to verdict and over $90 million recovered in judgments and settlements in employment... | Read More
With more than three dozen trials to verdict and over $90 million recovered in judgments and settlements in employment and whistleblower actions, Mr. Oswald is an accomplished trial lawyer in whistleblower retaliation, qui tam, wrongful discharge, discrimination, FMLA, USERRA, noncompete, and wage and overtime actions in federal and state courts. He is a frequent lecturer on employment law topics.Close
Richard C. Schoenstein
Satterlee Stephens Burke & Burke
Mr. Schoenstein has been handling business and employment disputes for more than 20 years, including: trials and... | Read More
Mr. Schoenstein has been handling business and employment disputes for more than 20 years, including: trials and appeals; arbitration and mediation; and internal and external investigations. Among his many substantive areas of experience are commercial and employment contracts, restrictive covenants and employee mobility, and fraud, breach of fiduciary duty and other business torts.Close