Misappropriation Of Trade Secrets
An employee opening a new business using his or her former employer’s customer lists, methods of operation or other trade secrets is a common occurrence. The law can protect the employer, but only if a lawsuit is filed quickly. The attorneys of Gray & Becker, P.C., know how to stop the misappropriation of trade secrets and work diligently to protect clients’ interests.
Act Quickly To Protect Your Business
Without a restraining order or injunction, the former employee may cause significant damage to a company by using the company’s proprietary information. Our attorneys can obtain a temporary restraining order to protect a business’s trade secrets and goodwill. The next step is a hearing where we will argue that the restraining order should be converted to a permanent injunction.
The litigators of Gray & Becker, P.C., have many years of experience representing clients in these matters. We assist business clients with various matters related to proprietary information, including:
- Violations of confidentiality agreements
- Violations of covenants not to compete (also called noncompete agreements)
- Unfair competition
- Trademark infringement
- Misappropriation of trade secrets
Enforcing Noncompete Agreements
Our firm has represented clients in the high-tech industry, insurance companies, and retailers. Many lawyers take cases involving trade secrets, but our experience sets us apart. We know how to respond effectively to these issues and deliver the quality representation our clients expect.
Our lawyers are known for their abilities in the courtroom. We are never afraid to take a case to trial because we understand the level of skill and preparation required to be successful.
To discuss your issue with our business lawyers, contact Gray & Becker, P.C., online. Our offices are among the historic homes of Austin, and we serve clients throughout Central Texas.