Texas Unfair Competition Claims Can Be Asserted Even Without Enforceable Noncompete Agreement

April 1, 2011 / By Robert Wood
Articles // Tortious Interferance

Earlier this year, the Austin Court of Appeals handed down a very interesting opinion in a Texas misappropriation of trade secrets case.  This case demonstrates that even without an enforceable noncompete agreement, a Texas employer may be able to inhibit a former employee’s ability to unfairly compete or use or disclose the employer’s trade secrets….

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