Non-Compete & Trade Secret Disputes - Parry Tyndall White
We handle difficult cases in North Carolina's state and federal court; complex civil litigation, serious criminal matters and individual and business bankruptcies.
bankruptcy, criminal, complex litigation, chapel hill, north carolina, durham, raleigh
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Non-Compete & Trade Secret Disputes

We represent both companies and individual in non-compete and trade secrets litigation.

 

When an executive or other employee leaves a company, disputes often arise regarding the enforceability of restrictions in that person’s employment agreement, including covenants not to compete, provisions prohibiting the solicitation of employees or customers and restrictions on the use or disclosure of confidential and proprietary information.  Many of these cases involve claims of misappropriation of company trade secrets.  We have experience representing both individuals and companies in the resolution of these complicated and sensitive cases, including both seeking and defending emergency injunctive relief.