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Non-compete agreements

These actually come in 3 flavors: (1) you may not use confidential information; (2) you may not solicit our clients or employees and (3) you may not compete against us.  Each has different limitations. Worse, the limitations depend on what … Continue reading

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If you get emails from your attorney at work, are they still privileged?

The answer to this question is “it depends”.  It depends on what state you are in, what company you work for, what the company handbook says, what your undertanding of the handbook is, what others do, and (perhaps most importantly) … Continue reading

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Sartorial Splendor, or what to wear to court

Decisions, decisions. Do I wear high heels and look taller? Or do I wear bright colored clothes to force folks to look down at that bright patch below their nose. I make those decisions every day.  But when I go … Continue reading

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Martial Arts and Litigation

Martial Arts and Litigation or It is not the Size of the Firm in the Fight, It is the Size of the Fight in the Firm In the last blog post I referred to litigation as a brawl. I should … Continue reading

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