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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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3/4/2016
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When Fiduciaries Conceal Evidence in Response to a Subpoena

A NY appeals court held that a fiduciary - even a non-party - can be liable for withholding or spoliating evidence in response to a subpoena, says Jonathan Cooper

Category: Keyword Search: breach

2/29/2016
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Why Fiduciary Duty Doctrine is So Badly Misused

In my experience, there are few legal phrases that are more misunderstood or misapplied than fiduciary duty.

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3/19/2015
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WSJ: Why Signing a Noncompete Without Planning is Dangerous

Just over a year ago, a Wall Street Journal article provided horror stories of middle-aged employees who didn't plan properly regarding their noncompetes

Category: Keyword Search: breach

2/11/2015
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NY Property Seller's Damages When the Buyer Backs Out

If a buyer backs out of your real estate deal, you aren't limited to recovery of the downpayment, explains L.I,, NY breach of contract lawyer Jonathan Cooper

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2/5/2015
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What Courts May Do To An Employee Who Violates a Non-Compete

If you were wondering, "What are some of the worst things a court can do if I violate a non-compete?", a Texas court has now answered that question.

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