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New York Noncompete, Trade Secret & School Negligence Blog

This blog by the six-time published author Jonathan Cooper, is intended to educate the general public about issues of interest, particularly innovations and changes in the law, in the areas of non-compete agreements, breach of contract matters, school negligence (and/or negligent supervision), construction accidentsslip and/or trip and fall accidentsauto accidents, and, of course, defective or dangerous products

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8/15/2017
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NY Federal Judge Lays Out Blueprint to Defeat a Non-Compete

In an epic takedown of a company's claim that departing employees violated their non-competes, a NY Federal judge laid out a blueprint for how to beat them.

Category: Keyword Search: TRO

5/9/2017
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Court: Just Because Non-Compete Says It Doesn't Make it So

A recent decision from a Massachusetts trial court declining to issue a TRO barring a former employee from taking a new job is instructive for employers

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1/26/2016
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When a NY Court Will Enforce a Noncompete - and Grant a TRO

NY non-compete lawyer Jonathan Cooper explains why the lawsuit with Microsoft suing Salesforce.com for a non-compete clause would told tight with NY law.

Category: Keyword Search: TRO

8/19/2015
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How a TRO Bid in a NY Noncompete Case Failed - Miserably

In a recent decision, a Suffolk County company got shut out on their non-compete claim against a former employee, explains NY noncompete lawyer Jonathan Cooper

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6/17/2015
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Why Injunction Isn't Automatic, Even When Noncompete Says So

Just because an employment agreement grants the employer the right to an injunction for violation of a non-compete doesn't mean they'll get it in court

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1/20/2015
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Why Restraining Orders Are Crucial in a Non-Compete Case

Restraining orders, or "TROs" are often a critical consideration in non-compete cases, explains Nassau County, New York non-compete attorney Jonathan Cooper

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