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Proving Bad Faith in Trade Secrets Cases

By Kenneth J. Vanko
June
2017
Article
, Page 40
Defendants in trade secrets cases can recover attorney fees for fighting spurious claims of misappropriation. But it isn't easy.

Non-Traditional Non-Competes: Designing Non-Competition Agreements to Hold Up in Court

By Kenneth J. Vanko
November
2013
Article
, Page 568
Lawyers for business seeking to restrict competition by ex-employees should consider creative options designed to stand up better to judicial scrutiny.
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Liquidated Damages: The Forgotten Remedy in Noncompete Disputes

By Kenneth J. Vanko
May
2007
Article
, Page 254
Damages are often difficult to prove in unfair competition cases. Liquidated damages clauses can provide an effective - and efficient - remedy.

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