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Trade Secrets Law Is Still Murky

Justices say 'inevitable disclosure' can't stop workers from leaving, but questions on noncompete law remain

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It remains to be seen how far a recent state Supreme Court decision will go in limiting the ability of companies to stop their employees from jumping ship to competitors. Greenberg Traurig's David Long-Daniels (above), who represented the executive sued by his ex-employer: the high court correctly balanced mobility and trade secret protection.

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