The Georgia Court of Appeals recently ruled that a company failed to present sufficient evidence that its former employee had misappropriated its trade secrets, where the former employee’s denials conflicted with circumstantial evidence of misconduct.
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On November 2, 2010, by a margin of more than two-to-one, Georgia voters ratified a Constitutional amendment which effectuated the total restructuring of Georgia’s restrictive covenant law. Thus, upon certification of the election results, Georgia will have a new restrictive covenant law, which will apply on a going-forward basis to all contracts entered into on and after such effective date.
Continue Reading Georgia Enacts New Restrictive Covenant Law and Empowers Judges to “Blue-Pencil”