WEBCAST: Navigating the Challenges of Enforcing Non-Compete Agreements Globally
Date/Time Monday, January 26, 2015 at 7:00 PM GMT/UTC
Duration 90 Minutes
Description
Handout Materials
Presentation Slides
Hamlin Bio
Lubbe Bio
Neeser Bio
Sheridan Bio
Tsukamoto Bio
Presented and Sponsored by Littler Global
This webcast will:
  • Inform attendees about recent critical developments in the enforceability of non-competes across foreign jurisdictions;
  • Explain the legal requirements for a valid and enforceable non-compete agreement, including the payment of part of remuneration during the restrictive period;
  • Explore whether it makes any legal difference in enforceability if the covenant not to compete is included in an equity award agreement instead of an employment agreement
  • Provide drafting good practice tips; and
  • Provide insights into best strategies to effectively restrict the departing employee from competing, including placing the employee on “garden leave” and obtaining injunctive relief.
Speaker(s)
Naomi Sheridan, Special Counsel, Littler Los Angeles/Australia
Renata Neeser, Shareholder, Littler New York/Brazil
Hironobu Tsukamoto, Partner, Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu NY LLP
Guillaume Desmoulin, Avocat Associé, Fromont Briens, Paris, France
John W. Hamlin, Esq., Chief Employment Counsel, Marsh & McLennan Companies
Moderator
Johan Lubbe, Shareholder and U.S. Practice Co-Chair, International Employment Law, Littler Global
Pricing
This archived program is free to view. For CLE/CPD credit, please click here.
Notes
 
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