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Co-Worker Non-Solicitation Provisions in Jeopardy?

Posted in Employment Contracts and Agreements, Labor Law, Trade Secrets and Competition

For years, California courts have recognized the right of employers to use non-solicitation provisions in employment agreements to prevent employees from “soliciting” their coworkers to join them at a new employer.  For instance, in 1985, a California appellate court in Loral Corp v. Moyes, 174 Cal.App.3d 268 (1985), held that a non-solicitation of fellow employees… Continue Reading

High Stakes High Tech Drama: Why Companies with Millions of Users Are Concerned About A Class Action Lawsuit By Thousands of Workers

Posted in Employment Contracts and Agreements, Labor Law, Trade Secrets and Competition

As you will recall from previous posts, a large high tech antitrust class action is being waged in California that has major implications for employer non-solicitation agreements.  Questions regarding agreements between employers that impact employee mobility are being addressed in this lawsuit against the backdrop of antitrust allegations. High-Tech Employee Mobility Antitrust Class Action: Background… Continue Reading