Peter Steinmeyer, co-editor of this blog, is featured in the top story on Employment Law This Week.
As the story explains, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit has upheld a ruling that a group of workers at a fastener company used confidential drawings from the company to design, manufacture, and sell competing parts for their new business venture. On appeal, the former workers argued that they were “filling a gap” for customers, not competing with the original company. But the Sixth Circuit found that this argument ignored undisputed evidence in the case.
Mr. Steinmeyer discusses steps that employers should take to protect their trade secrets.
View the episode, below.