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Date: November 17, 2009
Time: 12:00 - 1:30 p.m.
Location: Garvey Schubert Barer, Seattle, WA

The protection of confidential and proprietary business information has become an increasingly high priority. Yet, we are also in an age of professional mobility, where employees frequently switch jobs and periodically transition to direct competitors of their former companies. Employers find themselves at an increasing risk of losing their valuable confidential business information through employee defection.

This seminar gives employers the tools necessary to best guard against employee misuse, disclosure, and raiding of confidential business information.

  • Understand circumstances in which business protection, non-competition, non-disclosure, and/or non-solicitation agreements are warranted.
  • Learn tips for structuring and drafting such agreements.
  • Avoid common mistakes in securing and enforcing these agreements under ever-evolving Washington law.
  • Protect your company by understanding pre-litigation and litigation tactics.

Who should attend
In-house counsel, business owners, executives, human resource professionals, benefits coordinators and anyone with day-to-day workplace management responsibility.

Cost
Complimentary. Lunch will be served.

Parking
Complimentary parking is available with validation provided at the event.

Sign up
This event is invitation only. If you have not received an invitation but would like to express interest in attending, please contact Deanna Sullivan at dsullivan@gsblaw.com or 1.888.768.5939 x3162.

Accessibility
Garvey Schubert Barer’s office meets ADA standards. However, we encourage you to advise us of any special needs when you register.

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