Monthly Archives: September 2013

New Fifth Circuit Case On Same Sex Gender Stereotyping Harassment

Mark Oberti writes: On September 27, 2013, a deeply divided Fifth Circuit held that Title VII recognizes a same sex harassment claim based upon gender stereotyping, and found that the EEOC had presented sufficient evidence to support the jury’s verdict … Continue reading

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Time Limitations In Non-Compete Agreements

We are blogging on “Non-competes, Trade Secrets, Fiduciary Duties, and the Inevitable Disclosure Doctrine.” Mark Oberti has prepared a detailed paper on all of these issues, which can be found here. A noncompetition covenant’s enforceability is ultimately a question of … Continue reading

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What Does “Ancillary To An Otherwise Enforceable Agreement” Mean Under Texas Law? (Part VI)

We are blogging on “Non-competes, Trade Secrets, Fiduciary Duties, and the Inevitable Disclosure Doctrine.” Mark Oberti has prepared a detailed paper on all of these issues, which can be found here. Yesterday, we blogged about Marsh USA Inc. v. Cook, … Continue reading

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What Does “Ancillary To An Otherwise Enforceable Agreement” Mean Under Texas Law? (Part V)

We are blogging on “Non-competes, Trade Secrets, Fiduciary Duties, and the Inevitable Disclosure Doctrine.” Mark Oberti has prepared a detailed paper on all of these issues, which can be found here. Stock Options Recognized As Sufficient To Support A Noncompetition … Continue reading

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What Does “Ancillary To An Otherwise Enforceable Agreement” Mean Under Texas Law? (Part IV)

We are blogging on “Non-competes, Trade Secrets, Fiduciary Duties, and the Inevitable Disclosure Doctrine.” Mark Oberti has prepared a detailed paper on all of these issues, which can be found here. The mere fact that an employee is employed at-will … Continue reading

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What Does “Ancillary To An Otherwise Enforceable Agreement” Mean Under Texas Law? (Part III)

We are blogging on “Non-competes, Trade Secrets, Fiduciary Duties, and the Inevitable Disclosure Doctrine.” Mark Oberti has prepared a detailed paper on all of these issues, which can be found here. After Light, the courts struggled with the question of … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Ed Sullivan

Congratulations to Ed Sullivan, who was named earlier today as one of Houston’s Top 100 Super Lawyers.

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What Does “Ancillary To An Otherwise Enforceable Agreement” Mean Under Texas Law? (Part II)

We are blogging on “Non-competes, Trade Secrets, Fiduciary Duties, and the Inevitable Disclosure Doctrine.” Mark Oberti has prepared a detailed paper on all of these issues, which can be found here. In Light, the Texas Supreme Court held that a … Continue reading

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What Does “Ancillary To An Otherwise Enforceable Agreement” Mean Under Texas Law? (Part I)

We are blogging on “Non-competes, Trade Secrets, Fiduciary Duties, and the Inevitable Disclosure Doctrine.” Mark Oberti has prepared a detailed paper on all of these issues, which can be found here. In Light, a case decided in 1994, the Texas … Continue reading

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Requirements Of An Enforceable Noncompetition Agreement In Texas

We are blogging on “Non-competes, Trade Secrets, Fiduciary Duties, and the Inevitable Disclosure Doctrine.” Mark Oberti has prepared a detailed paper on all of these issues, which can be found here. A noncompetition covenant’s enforceability is ultimately a question of … Continue reading

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