Non-Compete & Trade Secrets Litigation
Miller & Martin’s Trade Secrets and Restrictive Covenant Litigation Practice Group focuses on pursuing and defending claims of unfair competition. The Practice Group has extensive experience in working with clients to address disputes concerning misappropriation of trade secrets, breaches of non-compete and non-solicitation covenants, and tortuous interference/tortuous inducement of breach. Practice Group members assist clients from the submission of a cease and desist letter through trial and all stages in-between, such as motions for immediate injunctive relief.
Practice Group members have litigated numerous trade secret and restrictive covenant disputes in multiple states. Members have also represented clients in alternative dispute resolution forums, such as before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.
The firm’s Trade Secrets and Restrictive Covenant Litigation Practice Group also assists employers in developing pre-litigation measures to mitigate the risk of unfair competition. This includes drafting of non-disclosure, non-competition/non-solicitation agreements, audits of employment and trade secret protection policies, and counseling employers interested in hiring an employee who may be bound by a restrictive covenant.
Practice Group members have been asked to speak on this topic at national conferences and have published articles in multiple national publications.