Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Effect Of A Party’s Delay On Its Ability To Obtain Injunctive Relief In Texas Non-Compete Cases

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. Texas state courts hold that delay alone is not … Continue reading

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The Effect Of Contractual Stipulations Of Irreparable Harm In Texas Non-Compete Cases

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. Non-compete agreements often contain recitations that the employer will … Continue reading

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Successor Companies’ Rights To Seek Injunctive Relief Enforcing A Noncompetition Agreement In Texas Non-Compete Cases

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 Dittmer v. Source EDP, Texas, Inc., 595 S.W.2d … Continue reading

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Obtaining Injunctive Relief Based On A Texas Non-compete Agreement (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. The trial court is required to set a bond … Continue reading

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Obtaining Injunctive Relief Based On A Texas Non-compete Agreement (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. Under Texas state court practice, every order granting an … Continue reading

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Obtaining Injunctive Relief Based On A Texas Non-compete Agreement (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. Generally, applications for injunctive relief are required to be … Continue reading

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Obtaining Injunctive Relief Based On A Texas Non-compete Agreement (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. An injury is irreparable if the injured party cannot … Continue reading

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Obtaining Injunctive Relief Based On A Texas Non-compete Agreement (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. To obtain injunctive relief based on a non-compete agreement, … Continue reading

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Obtaining Injunctive Relief Based On A Texas Non-compete Agreement (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. To obtain a temporary injunction in state court, an … Continue reading

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Choice of Forum Clauses in Texas 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. In the 2007 case of In re AutoNation, Inc., … Continue reading

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