Employers are prohibited from engaging in “unfair competition.” This term has been broadly construed to prohibit many types of activities, including the following, under certain circumstances:
- competitive acts by current employees
- breach of fiduciary duty by corporate officers and directors
- misappropriation of employer's trade secrets by current or former employees
- misappropriation of other employer property
- breach of covenant not to compete
- soliciting and hiring other employees
- soliciting a former employer's customers
Our firm has experience representing employers, employees, and businesses in unfair competition disputes.
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